Your choice of pharmacies will depend on which pharmacies are in your health plan’s network, what kind of medication you need and the quantity. You can login to your member account to find in-network pharmacies in your plan’s network and to compare costs. Your pharmacy options may include:
Retail Pharmacy for up to a 30-day supply
Fill prescriptions for non-specialty generic and Brand Name drugs at your local participating retail pharmacy, including national chains, such as Walgreens and Walmart.
Retail Extended Pharmacy for up to a 90-day supply
For long-term medication, certain retail pharmacies are designated as an “extended” pharmacy and can provide up to a 90-day supply of medication. Other retail pharmacies may only dispense 30 days of medication.
Mail-order for up to a 90-day supply
Ordering your drugs through PrimeMail® mail is a smart way to save time and money. With most plans you pay less for ordering a 90-day supply by mail, rather than going to a retail pharmacy, one month at a time.
With a new prescription, simply complete a mail order form and mail it along with an original 90-day supply prescription from your doctor. You can login to your member account to order refills quickly and track your orders.
Specialty Pharmacy for Specialty Medication
A list of self-administered specialty drugs, such as injectable, infused, oral or inhaled drugs must be purchased from a participating specialty pharmacy, such as Caremark Specialty Pharmacy (1-866-278-5108) or Alliance Rx Walgreens Prime (1-877-627-6337).
Certain specialty drugs may also be ordered and administered in a doctor’s office (see provider-administered list). For most Florida Blue plans these drugs are covered under a medical visit, rather than through your pharmacy, prescription drug benefits.
Medical supplies and equipment: Certain medically necessary supplies, such as oxygen equipment, wheelchairs or glucose monitors must be coordinated by CareCentrix (1-877-561-9910), Florida Blue’s contracted vendor.