Average cost per year*
Average cost per beneficiary*
Accutane, also containing isotretinoin, is prescribed for severe acne unresponsive to other treatments. It operates by reducing sebum production in the skin. While it can effectively manage acne, it is not a cure. To minimize side effects and ensure safe use, strictly adhere to your dermatologist's prescribed dosage and precautions. Women of childbearing potential must use two forms of contraception and participate in a pregnancy prevention program while taking Accutane. Routine check-ups with your dermatologist are essential to monitor progress and address any concerns. This summary offers a concise overview and may not encompass all available information about the product. It does not guarantee the product's safety, effectiveness, or suitability for your unique needs. For comprehensive information and personalized advice, consult your healthcare professional.
Yes, Accutane is covered by Medicare.
In 2021, the average cost per dose of Accutane was $3.56.
The average dose of Accutane received per year is 1,202 units
59 Medicare beneficiaries received Accutane in 2021
There were 127 claims made by Medicare beneficiaries
The average spending amount per claim in 2021 was $169.99
The average Medicare spending per beneficiary amount for Accutane was $365.91
Jg Pharma, Inc. received $21,588.69
The total amount spent on Accutane by Medicare is $21,588.69
*Origin of the terms and chart data used within this page: https://data.cms.gov/
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