How do I find my BC PharmaCare number?


  1. From the Lower Mainland: 604-683-7151.
  2. From the rest of B.C.: 1-800-663-7100 (toll-free)

What Is PIN number in pharmacy?

Product Identification Numbers (PINs) are created by PharmaCare to allow claims to be adjudicated by the PharmaNet system when the: Drug identification number (DIN) has not been supplied by First Databank. Drug or product is classified as an investigational drug or non-pharmaceutical.

What is the din for omnipod?

BGTS PINs—Special Authority

Product PIN
Omnipod Dash Personal Diabetes Manager (PDM) Kit 45230018
MiniMed 630G 45230014
MiniMed 670G 45230015

Does PharmaCare cover dental in BC?

Most drugs prescribed by a physician, dentist, midwife, nurse practitioner, optometrist or podiatrist, licensed and practicing in B.C.

What is BC Fair PharmaCare registration No?

Please go to (Google Fair PharmaCare Registration) or call and register over the phone: 604-683-7151 (Lower Mainland) or 1-800-663-7100 (elsewhere in BC).

What is the income threshold for BC PharmaCare?

A January 4, 2019 news release from the Ministry of Health details changes to Pharmacare deductibles starting January 1, 2019. Households earning up to $30,000 per year in net income will no longer have a deductible. The deductible is reduced for families earning from $30,000 to $41,667 net income annually.

How do I find my drug DIN number?

The drug identification number (DIN) is the 8 digit number located on the label of prescription and over-the-counter drug products that have been evaluated by the Therapeutic Products Directorate (TPD) and approved for sale in Canada.

What is inscription in pharmacy?

The body of the prescription, or inscription, contains the name and amount or strength of the drug to be dispensed or the name and strength of each ingredient to be compounded.

What is the Hcpcs code for Omnipod?

I. The pod component of the OmniPod system is classified by CMS as HCPCS Code A9274.

Are diabetic supplies free in Canada?

Visits to physicians and specialists, hospitalization, most lab and other diagnostic tests are covered. A few provinces (not many) will pay for insulin pumps and supplies.

Do seniors get free prescriptions in BC?

The Fair PharmaCare plan helps B.C. residents with the cost of eligible prescription drugs and specific medical supplies. The Fair PharmaCare plan assists those who need it most, based on income, and offers options for life situations that seniors often experience.

What is BC Fair PharmaCare?

Fair PharmaCare helps B.C. families pay for eligible prescription drugs, dispensing fees and some medical supplies. The plan is based on income: the less a family earns, the more help they get.