Your Medicare prescription coverage
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See if your medications are covered
Here’s a breakdown of the medication lists, tiers and details covered by your plan.
2023 Medicare Advantage (BlueAdvantage) Medication List (Formulary)
See pharmacies in your area
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UNDERSTANDING MEDICARE PHARMACY COVERAGELet’s help you find
We want you to understand your plan's pharmacy benefits, which is why we have a selection of forms that might be useful to you.
A little extra help can go a long way
Prescription coverage is so important, but it can also be a big expense. If you or your loved ones need help paying for your Medicare prescription coverage, you might qualify for Extra Help through Social Security.See if you're eligible and how to apply
Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
Medication Therapy Management (MTM) is a free program we offer eligible Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan members. It’s intended to help improve medication use, lower the risk of medication interactions and help members take medications as prescribed. The program includes a one-on-one consultation with a pharmacist or other qualified provider to review your prescription and over-the-counter medications. This is called a comprehensive medication review (CMR). It’s designed just for you and usually takes around 15-20 minutes. At the end of the review, you’ll get a copy of your list of medications and any topics you discussed.
During your personalized review, the pharmacist or other qualified provider will talk with you about:
- Whether your medications are working like they should
- Whether you’re having any side effects from your medications
- Whether there are lower cost medications on your plan’s covered drug list that you could discuss with your prescriber to see if they might be right for you
- Locations where you can safely throw away unused medications