Pharmacy Network Information
Beginning with the 2013-2014 policy year, the prescription drug program is available through Blue Cross Blue Shield pharmacy program which incoporates the Express Scripts Pharmacy Network. Express Scripts pharmacy network includes national retail pharmacies such as CVS, Walgreens, Brooks, Eckert Drugs, as well as local independent pharmacies. Prescriptions must be filled at an Express Scripts participating pharmacy. Show your BCBS ID card when filling a prescription to be charged the applicable copayments for your prescription drug program.
- Copayments are based on the Tier level of your prescription. Go online to http://www.bluecrossma.com/pharmacy/en_US/pharmacyIndex.jsp to determine which tier applies to your prescription, the applicable copayment, and to learn of any other substitutions.
- Outpatient medications for treatment of a Covered Expense are covered prescriptions. If the treatment of a medical condition is limited or excluded, the outpatient prescription is likewise limited or excluded.
Mail Service Prescription Drug Program
Medications that are taken for a chronic condition can be filled for up to a 90-day supply using Express Scripts’ Mail Service Prescription Drug Program. Using the mail service program will reduce your out of pocket copayments and help to reduce your overall prescription costs. You will pay 2x the retail co-payment for a 90-day supply of a prescription.
For the 2012-2013 policy year, the prescription drug program is available through the MEDCO Pharmacy Network. To locate a participating pharmacy, call MEDCO at 1-800-711-0917 or visit, www.medco.com.
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