Medi-Mouse Drugs: Search Canadian and BC Pharmacare Drug Data
Enter at least the first three letters of any drug (generic or brand name)
Or search by therapeutic classification
Notes: If BC Pharmacare information is n/a, the drug is probably not covered by any plan. LCA partial benefit means that there is a generic
available as a full benefit. Non-reference drug means that there is an alternative drug in the same class available as a full benefit.
Prices are per unit (tablet, g, ml, etc) and are the maximum wholesale that Pharmacare will pay. Prices are not available for all drugs.
Monograph and other information is available at the websites listed, all of which require log-in. Epocrates is free, CMA-Joule is free to CMA members,
and UpToDate requires subscription but is free to BC Divisions of Family Practice members. If you log into UpToDate BEFORE using the Medi-Mouse drug search,
the link will take you directly to the drug information.
Pr = prescription only,
N = narcotic,
OTC = "over the counter",
?? = ethical or prescription optional depending on local regulation
* This feature only works if you search by generic name.