Choose one of our Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage to get everything you need in one easy plan. Learn more about Medicare Part D drug coverage and the coverage gap in our Understand Medicare section.
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$0 Tier 1 Generics
You can get Tier 1 generic drugs for $0 when you fill your prescription at Walgreens or other preferred cost-sharing pharmacies.
You can also get drugs at other standard cost-sharing network pharmacies for a low cost.
You can get a 90-day supply of your drugs for a 2-month copay at Walgreens or other preferred cost-sharing pharmacies.
And for the first time, you can now get a 90-day supply of your drugs for a 2.5-month copay at our other standard cost-sharing pharmacies. This applies in store or by mail.
Use our Compare Drugs tool to figure out what your meds will cost on our plans each year, and talk to your doctor about generic drug options. Connect to information and education about generic drugs and the savings they offer on Ask for Generics.
No Deductible on Tiers 1 and 2
You only have to meet a deductible for drugs on Tiers 3 through 5. In the past, you would've had a deductible for Tier 2 drugs, but you'll no longer need to meet a deductible for that tier.
Get the Lowest-Priced Option
If there is a lower-priced deal at the pharmacy than what you’d pay through us, you will get the drugs for that lower price.
Flu and Shingles Shots
The shingles shot falls under your pharmacy coverage, so you can get it any in-network provider or pharmacy that offers the shot for just your Tier 4 coinsurance.
You might be able to get extra help paying for your prescription drug premiums and costs.
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Illinois
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Iowa
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Washington Confluence
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Washington Pioneer
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Washington SignalAdvantage
- Low Income Subsidy Rates for Reid
For more info and to see if you qualify, contact:
- Medicare.gov at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227), TTY 1-877-486-2048
- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- The Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213, TTY 1-800-325-0778
- 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday
- Medicaid in Illinois
- Medicaid in Iowa
- Medicaid in Washington
Check the Best Available Evidence (BAE) for info about cost-sharing from CMS.
Find all the drugs covered by your plan, and use the index at the end to find your drug quickly.
- Guide Formulary
- Washington Formulary | Formulario - Disponible Pronto
- Reid Formulary
- Formulary Update
Preauthorizations and Clinical Guidelines
Certain services and drugs require preauthorization, or approval of a drug or medical procedure before you get it. Only doctors can request this.
Providers should request preauthorizations through Your Health Alliance.
High Risk Medications
Find high-risk medications for the elderly and alternative treatments.
Prescription Drug Safety
Use this program for help taking multiple medications safely and effectively.
Find which drugs have special rules or limits to keep you safe.
Get details on how we'll help you switch to drugs we cover.
Other pharmacies are available in our network. The formulary and pharmacy network may change at any time. You will receive notice when necessary.