Help with Pharmacy Costs

Help with Pharmacy Costs

A pharmacist is available to help you with alternative medication choices. Please feel free to contact a pharmacist, who will work with you and your doctor to see if a lower cost alternative is right for you. You can also contact us toll-free by phone or email us for more information.

ACCOLATE Singulair**
ACCUPRIL Quinapril
ACEON Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
ACIPHEX Omeprazole**
ADALAT CC Nifedipine ext-rel
ADDERALL XR Dextroamphetamine ext-rel
ALLEGRA Loratidine**
ALLEGRA-D 24 HOUR Loratidine + Pseudoephedrine**
ALOCRIL Cromolyn**
ALPHAGAN-P Brimonidine
ALTACE Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
ALTOPREV Lovastatin
AMARYL Glimepiride
AMBIEN CR Zolpidem
ANTARA Fenofibrate
ARTHROTEC Diclofenac + Misoprostol
ASACOL Sulfasalazine**
ATACAND Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
ATACAND HCT Lisinopril + Hydrochlorothiazide**
AVALIDE Lisinopril + Hydrochlorothiazide**
AVAPRO Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
AVINZA Morphine sulfate ext-rel
AVODART Finasteride**
BENICAR Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
BUDEPRION SR Bupropion ext-rel**
BUPROBAN Bupropion ext-rel
CADUET Amlodipine or Simvastatin**
CARBATROL Carbamazepine
CARDIZEM CD Diltiazem ext-rel
CARTIA XT Diltiazem ext-rel
CATAPRES-TTS Clonidine (oral, rather than patch)
CELEBREX Ibuprofen, Naproxen or Nabumetone**
CLARINEX Loratidine**
COLESTID Colestipol
COMBIVENT Albuterol + Ipratropium
COREG Metoprolol or Atenolol**
COVERA-HS Verapamil ext-rel
COZAAR Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
CRESTOR Simvastatin or Pravastatin**
CYMBALTA Depression - citalopram, paroxetine Pain - Gapabentin, amitriptyline**
CYTOMEL Levothyroxine**
DARVOCET Hydrocodone / APAP**
DARVON COMPOUND-65 Hydrocodone / APAP**
DETROL Oxybutynin**
DILT-XR Diltiazem ext-rel
DIOVAN Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
DITROPAN XL Oxybutynin
DURAGESIC Fentanyl patch
DYNACIRC-CR Amlodipne**
EFFEXOR XR Venlafaxine ext-rel
ENABLEX Oxybutynin**
ENDOCET Oxycodone / APAP
EVOXAC Pilocarpine**
FAMVIR Acyclovir**
FLAVOXATE HCL Oxybutynin**
FLOMAX Doxazosin**
FLONASE Fluticasone
FOCALIN XR Methylphenidate ext-rel**
FORTAMET Metformin
GABITRIL Gabapentin**
GLUCOTROL XL Glipizide ext-rel
GLUCOVANCE Glyburide + Metformin
INDERAL LA Propranolol ext-rel
INNOPRAN XL Propranolol ext-rel
INSPRA Spironolactone**
INTAL INHALER Cromolyn Sodium
ISTALOL Timolol Maleate
KADIAN Morphine sulfate ext-rel
KEPPRA Carbamazepine, Phenytoin, Gabapentin**
KETOPROFEN ER Naproxen ext-rel**
KYTRIL Ondansetron**
LESCOL Simvastatin or Pravastatin**
LEVOXYL Levothyroxine
LEXAPRO Citalopram**
LIPITOR Simvastatin or Pravastatin**
LOPID Gemfibrozil
LOTREL Benazepril + Amlodipine
LUNESTA Zolpidem**
LYRICA Gabapentin**
MAVIK Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
MAXAIR Albuterol**
METAGLIP Glipizide + Metformin
MICARDIS HCT Lisinopril + hydrochlorothiazide**
MINITRAN Nitroglycerin
NASACORT Fluticasone**
NASAREL Fluticasone**
NASONEX Fluticasone**
NEXIUM Omeprazole**
NIASPAN Niacin ext-rel**
NIFEDIAC CC Nifedipine ext-rel
NIFEDICAL XL Nifedipine ext-rel
NITROLINGUAL Nitroglycerin sublingual
NORCO Hydrocodone / APAP
NORVASC Amlodipine
PARCOPA Carbidopa / Levodopa
PAXIL CR Paroxetine
PENTASA Sulfasalazine**
PLENDIL Felodipine
PLETAL Cilostazole
PRANDIN Glimepiride or Glipizide**
PREVACID Omeprazole**
PREVALITE Cholestyramine
PRILOSEC Omeprazole
PROCARDIA XL Nifedipine ext-rel
PROSCAR Finasteride
PROTONIX Pantoprazole
PROZAC Fluoxetine
SARAFEM Fluoxetine
SANCTURA Oxybutynin**
SONATA Zolpidem**
STARLIX Glimepiride or Glipizide**
SULAR Amlodipine**
TARKA Lisinopril + Verapamil**
TEGRETOL Carbamazepine
TEVETEN Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
THEO-24 Theophylline ext-rel
TOPROL XL Metoprolol ext-rel
TRICOR Fenofibrate
TRIGLIDE Fenofibrate
ULTRAM Tramadol
UNIVASC Lisinopril, Enalapril or Benazepril**
UROXATRAL Finasteride**
URSO Ursodiol
VALTREX Acyclovir**
VERAPAMIL HCL SR Verapamil ext-rel**
VERELAN Verapamil
VESICARE Oxybutynin**
ZADITOR Ketotifen
ZEGERID Omeprazole + OTC Antacid**
ZESTRIL Lisinopril
ZOCOR Simvastatin
ZOFRAN Ondansetron
ZOLOFT Sertraline
ZOVIRAX Acyclovir
ZYBAN Bupropion ext-rel**
ZYRTEC Loratadine**
ZYRTEC-D Loratadine + Pseudoephedrine ER**

*Please consult your Plan Formulary for cost detail for these medications.

**Not all alternative drugs are generically available; the Brand alternatives are bolded in the text.

We offer our members a unique Patient Assistance Program (PAP). This program allows us to work with members to help find financial or pharmaceutical assistance with medications through the coverage gap, commonly known as the "donut hole." Most of the assistance received is in the form of medications that are free or of limited cost to the member. Members may contact us before or during the gap for a review of their medications to determine if there are any gap options. Usually, the assistance available is dependent on the number of people in the household and the total household monthly income.

Commonly referred to as the $4 Generic Drug Programs, they are intended to help customers save money on their generic prescription drugs and live better, healthier lives. Wal-mart, Sam''s Club, and Target pharmacies are providing these programs while agreeing to share your prescription drug profiles with your physician and health plan in order to keep track of any potential problems or interactions that may arise with your medication regimens. To find out if your prescription drugs are included on any of the $4 generics programs, you can visit each respective pharmacy website where a list of medication is provided or you may also call or visit those pharmacies for a copy of the list of medications included on the $4 generics program or for more information.

The pricing is as follows, you can expect to pay $4 for a 30 day-supply and $10 for a 90 day-supply (certain medications may be higher in price, that information will be indicated on the list of drugs in the program provided by each pharmacy). We are passing this important information along to you because we would like to see you get the medications you need, at prices you can afford and help you to stay out of the prescription drug coverage gap longer.

Some drug manufacturers offer assistance for people in the drug benefit gap. You may qualify for this assistance based on your income and assets. Patient assistance programs may be available for drugs you are taking. You will need to apply for assistance. For more information, please click the web link below and proceed to Pharmaceutical Assistance program, then select the alphabet letter of drug to see any available programs.

Official Medicare Pharmaceutical Assistance Program