Prescriptions

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    Whether you need a refill, want to compare drug prices, or just want plan-specific information about your coverage, signing in is the quickest way to get the most accurate information.

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  • Forms

    • Health, allergy, and medication allergy questionnaire
    • Complete this questionnaire for all new mail prescriptions to help protect yourself against potentially harmful side effects and medication interactions.
    • Drug interaction form
    • Secondary coverage claims
    • Are you covered by more than one health plan, with Premera as your secondary coverage? If so, you can request reimbursement for the balance of your prescription costs.
    • Secondary insurance drug claim form
    • Direct reimbursement claims
    • If you paid full price for a prescription because you didn't have your Premera card with you at the pharmacy, you can request reimbursement.
    • Prescription drug reimbursement form
  • To receive the highest coverage under your plan's prescription benefit, use a pharmacy that's part of the Premera network. There are more than 60,000 in-network pharmacy locations nationwide. Sign in and go to Pharmacy Services, or call the 24-hour pharmacy locator number on the back of your member ID card.

    Learn more about in-network care.

    You can also use our in-network prescription mail-order service.

    We offer certain preventive services, including prescription drugs at no cost to you. This means you don't have to pay coinsurance, even if you haven't met your deductible. (Typically, you start paying coinsurance after you pay your deductible.) To have the drug covered under your health plan, your doctor must write a prescription for the medication.

    • If you have a high-deductible health plan (or Health Savings Plan, also known as an HSA), consult the Preventive Drug List for your plan to see if your drug is included in this benefit. Take this list with you when you visit your doctor to discuss your options.
    • As a part of the Affordable Care Act, there are preventive prescription and some over-the-counter medications that may be covered in full. (This does not apply to "grandfathered" plans, which means those plans that were purchased prior to March 23, 2010.)

    If you're going to be traveling, you can receive additional fills of your prescriptions by inquiring directly with your pharmacist or pharmacy. We'll work with them to get you authorized for the extra medication to ensure you can continue with the care you need.

    When you have paid a pharmacy full price for a prescription drug because you didn't have your Premera member ID card at the time of purchase, you can submit a prescription drug reimbursement form.

    There are many different drug benefit options with our plans. Find out more in our pharmacy benefit guide.

  • Prescription drug coverage is important to your health. Premera's pharmacy benefit is designed to help you get the medicine you need—while saving you money whenever possible. Pharmacy benefits are coordinated through our partner, Express Scripts.