Canadian Armed Forces Drug Benefit List
What is the Canadian Armed Forces Drug Benefit List
The Canadian Armed Forces Drug Benefit List describes those medications that have been determined appropriate for public funding and subsequent provision to Canadian Armed Forces personnel. The processes followed for listing decisions on the Drug Benefit List are consistent with the vision and mission of the Canadian Forces Health Services, the Canadian Armed Forces Spectrum of Care, decisions of the Canadian Forces Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee (CFPTC) and apply the principles of Evidence Based Medicine. There are two types of benefit medications on the Canadian Armed Forces Drug Benefit List: Regular Benefit, and Special Authorization.
The Canadian Armed Forces has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of information at the time of publication. However, the Canadian Armed Forces makes no warranties of any kind regarding this information, including but not limited to any warranty of accuracy, completeness, timeliness, reliability or fitness for a particular purpose and such warranties are expressly disclaimed.
The information published on this site is updated quarterly. Therefore, the information published on this site does not necessarily reflect the new changes. The most recent information on the Canadian Armed Forces Drug Benefit List and/or clarifications and details concerning the information published on this site may be obtained by calling the Canadian Forces Drug Exception Centre (CFDEC) at 1-877-469-1003.
If you cannot find the information you are looking for in this database or if you have additional questions, you may contact the Canadian Forces Drug Exception Centre at 1-877-469-1003.
To search, enter the series of characters on which you wish to search in any or all of the text fields above. For example, the brand name search string tylenol will return search results including any record which starts with, ends with or contains the word "tylenol". Searches are not case sensitive and search text must not be placed in quotes. You can also use the "%" wildcard inside a string of characters to refine your search. For example a%n will find both acetaminophen and amoxicillin.
Also, please note that the "Match any of the above search criteria" search still limits the search results by the "Benefit Type" selected.
If you use the any option, all records matching any of the free-text criteria listed will be included in the search results.
If you use the all option, only records which match each one of the free-text criteria entered will be included in the search results.
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