Generally yes, unless your workers comp is directed by a certified managed care plan, then you'll need to use a "participating" pharmacy (one that is within their network of providers).
The managed care plan may have you use a specific workers' comp card to purchase medication. That's handy because there is never any out-of-pocket cost to you. If you're not being directed by a managed care plan, you may need to purchase the drugs and then seek reimbursement from the comp insurer.
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