applicable drug

(2) Applicable drug The term “applicable drug” means, with respect to an applicable beneficiary, a covered part D drug— (A) approved under a new drug application under section 355(b) of title 21 or, in the case of a biologic product, licensed under section 262 of this title (other than, with respect to a plan year before 2019, a product licensed under subsection (k) of such section 262); and (B) (i) if the PDP sponsor of the prescription drug plan or the MA organization offering the MA–PD plan uses a formulary, which is on the formulary of the prescription drug plan or MA–PD plan that the applicable beneficiary is enrolled in; (ii) if the PDP sponsor of the prescription drug plan or the MA organization offering the MA–PD plan does not use a formulary, for which benefits are available under the prescription drug plan or MA–PD plan that the applicable beneficiary is enrolled in; or (iii) is provided through an exception or appeal.

Source

42 USC § 1395w-114a(g)(2)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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