Welcome to our Pain Management Forum. Happy you found our support and informative community. Thank you for your question.
First let me tell you that I am delighted you are studying your records _ I hope everyone does. I also encourage everyone to obtain their medical records, including physician notes, billing and test results every three to six months. You have a right to one copy at no cost - they can charge you for future personal copies. You have the right to know what's being written about you and your disease condition and anything that may be contained in that medical record. Hold on to them. It can be very insightful.
Sorry, I just like to remind everyone of that right when I have the appropriate situation.
Now to your question. When a medication says it's been reassigned it can have a few meanings. If we just look at the word reassigned it means, 1. To assign to a new position, duty, or location: reassigned the ambassador to a new post. 2. To place in a different category or class
I'm not a billing expert but some of the things it can mean is it's being paid by another plan, or coded in another manner so it will be paid. Maybe your medication was initially coded wrong, or classified wrong by the pharmacy. I truly think it's one of the three.
A remote possibility is the payer code like Medicare, Medicaid, Third Party Payers, First Party Payers, etc. What ever the actual meaning is in your situation it's billing my dear - not anything you did or didn't do - no red flags have been raised - and no concerns for you.
Sadly your extreme concern is just another symptom of this what I believe to be the "War on Chronic Pain Patients." They call it the War on Drugs but it's become far more than that.
Keep in touch my friend. We welcome you to ask additional questions - feel free to respond to others. We're all here to support one another and offer our suggestions.