Access to affordable prescription drugs is just as important as the ability to choose your own doctor. That's why all of our health insurance plans include a prescription drug benefit. These prescription drug benefits vary depending on the type of health plan you choose.

Pharmacy Basic Facts

Pharmacy Benefit Basics

When considering a health insurance plan and out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs, you should know about:

  • Tier Pricing: (Copay plans only.) Each medication is placed in a tier, a numbered level. There is a set copay for drugs in each tier.
  • Deductible: With some of our plans prescription drugs count toward the plan deductible. Once you meet the deductible, the plan starts paying for covered expenses, including prescription drugs.
  • Coinsurance: For lower premiums, some plans include a coinsurance amount (a percentage of the cost you pay) for drugs once the plan deductible is satisfied.
  • Mental Health: Prescription drugs for mental disorders or substance abuse are not covered unless you select the Optional Mental Disorders and Substance Abuse benefit or coverage is mandated by your state. This includes prescription drugs for ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression and others.

Specific Pharmacy Information

For pharmacy information, select the applicable link below. Existing members, please reference your ID card for your effective date and insurance company name.

Prescription Drug Card

Golden Rule Insurance Company

Use this link if:

  • You are an existing Golden Rule Insurance Company member and received notice that your current Affordable Care Act (ACA) plan will be modified in 2017.
  • You are a shopper seeking Short Term coverage.

UnitedHealthcare Life Insurance Company

Use this link if:

  • You are an existing UnitedHealthcare Life Insurance Company member (effective 1-1-2014 or later) and received notice that your Affordable Care Act (ACA) plan will be modified in 2017.
  • You are a shopper seeking an ACA plan.

Optum-Rx

Use this link if:

  • You are an existing UnitedHealthcare Life Insurance Company member (effective 1-1-2014 or later) or an existing Golden Rule Insurance Company member and you want to manage your current prescription drug benefits.

Oxford

Use this link if:

  • You are an existing Oxford Health Insurance member and received notice that your current Affordable Care Act (ACA) plan will be modified in 2017.

Important Notice

Use this link if:

  • You are an existing UnitedHealthcare Life Insurance Company (previously American Medical Security Life Insurance Company) member and your coverage was effective prior to 1-1-2014.

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