Crestor® (rosuvastatin calcium)


Cost Estimator for CRESTOR

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Are you on Medicare?

Estimate your out-of-pocket cost for CRESTOR based on your prescription drug coverage.

The out-of-pocket cost estimates you receive from the Cost Estimator for CRESTOR are based on data provided by Fingertip Formulary®. Your actual out-of-pocket costs and coverage restrictions may vary depending on your individual plan. Please contact your insurance company or health care provider for details about your actual coverage and cost information.

Cost Estimator for CRESTOR


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More about prescription insurance coverage

An insurance plan's formulary is the list of brand and generic prescription medications that the plan covers. The plan puts each medication it covers on a tier or level, which determines how much you will pay if you use a medication on a specific tier. Your share of the prescription cost may be either a fixed amount (called a (glossary term)copay), or a percent of the prescription cost (called (glossary term)coinsurance).

Some people may have two separate health insurance plans, one for medical coverage (used at doctor visits) and one for prescription drug coverage (used at the pharmacy for prescriptions). Other people may have one plan that covers both medical and prescription benefits. If you have two separate plans and two separate insurance cards for medical and prescriptions, you will need the card you show at the pharmacy when you fill your prescriptions in order to use the Cost Estimator for CRESTOR.

Other Resources

Those who are eligible for Medicare are eligible for Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage, also called Medicare Part D. Medicare will pay part of the cost of prescription medication coverage for everyone who enrolls in a plan. The National Council on Aging has an easy-to-use Web site for those who would like to learn more about Medicare prescription drug coverage.

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Please see full Prescribing Information for CRESTOR

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CRESTOR is licensed from SHIONOGI & CO, LTD, Osaka, Japan.

Most plans will ask you to pay a fixed dollar amount for your prescription. This is called a copayment, or copay. For example, you might have to pay $5 for a generic medication, $25 for a "preferred" brand name medication, and $40 for a nonpreferred brand name medication.
Some plans will require you to pay a percentage of the price of each medication. This is called coinsurance. For example, if the prescription costs $100, and your coinsurance is 25%, you will pay $25.