MedImpact is the prescription drug administer for all three medical plans. MedImpact offers a nationwide network of national chain pharmacies and independent pharmacies. The amount you’ll pay for covered prescription drugs will depend on the medical plan in which you’re enrolled, the type of prescription and if you’ve met your plan’s annual deductible or out-of-pocket maximum.
Prescription Drug Coverage
Here’s how much you’ll pay for prescription drugs under each medical plan at a retail pharmacy (up to a 30-day supply):
Health Savings Plan
Tier 1: 10% after deductible
Tier 2: 10% after deductible
Tier 3: 10% after deductible
Tier 1: $15 copay
Tier 2: $55 copay
Tier 3: $90 copay
Tier 1: $10 copay
Tier 2: $50 copay
Tier 3: $80 copay
Save on Medications
Here are tips on how to spend less on prescription drugs without compromising quality, safety or effectiveness:
Ask for generics. They’re usually much less expensive than brand name drugs. According to the FDA (the U.S. Food and Drug Administration), a generic drug is identical—or “bioequivalent”—to a brand name drug in dosage form, safety, strength, route of administration, quality, performance characteristics and intended use.
Visit MedImpact for Rx Tools and Resources. Sign in for access to:
Drug information. Search drugs, check drug interactions, identify pills
Benefit highlights. See your copay amounts and other pharmacy benefit information.
Drug price check. Make informed drug choices and compare drug prices.
Pharmacy locator. Find a participating network pharmacy near you.
PersonalHealth Rx® . Print your drug history for a physician visit or tax reporting.
Microsoft® HealthVault™. Upload your prescription claims to your Microsoft HealthVault account.
Try mail order for maintenance medication. Order up to 90 days of medication at a time for drugs taken for long periods, through MedImpact Direct—MedImpact’s mail order service. Medications are sent to your home with no shipping fee.