As I've mentioned....are you walking into a pharmacy....asking to speak with the head pharmacist...showing them all your prescriptions and just asking if they take your insurance? Either the answer is going to be yes or no. And if you have some obscure insurance company that many pharmacies do not use...then I would call the insurance and ask them what pharmacies they have contracts with...
Otherwise...I can't see them saying they will accept your insurance for some meds but not others.
You can easily report any pharmacy that does this...
Have you tried Walgreens, Target, Walmart, Costco, and Sams club? Again...going there in person?
Did your pharmacy say they are no longer filling ANY Dilaudid generic or brand of any dosage?
And did you contact your Dr. about this? And your insurance company? What did they say?
Again...I know quite a few people who have prescriptions for Dilaudid and get them filled with no problem using their insurance in Florida. So I'm not understanding why you are having such a problem
**And obviously you don't have to answer any of the questions if you choose. I am just very curious as I know there are some bad seeds out there (some pharmacists, Drs. etc.) but can't imagine every single pharmacy in the entire area refusing to fill meds with your insurance.