Fill your prescriptions, simply.
There are 2 easy ways to fill your prescriptions.
If OptumRx is your pharmacy care provider, you have easy and cost-effective ways to get the medication you need. You can choose the one that works best for you – and for your budget. Getting prescriptions through the mail is often a cost-saving choice.
Delivered to your door.
Most plans allow you to order up to a 3-month supply of medication you take regularly. Your medication will be delivered right to your home, saving you a trip to the pharmacy. It’s convenient – and most of the time you’ll get your medications for less.
You can sign up for home delivery on myuhc.com(Opens a new window)®, on the Health4Me® app or by calling the number on your ID card.
There’s no charge for standard shipping to U.S. addresses. If you have medications you’re taking currently, be sure to have a 1-month supply on hand while you transition to home delivery.
Are your prescriptions covered?
The easiest way to find out is to check your Prescription Drug List (PDL), a list of all medications, organized into cost levels, called tiers.
Look at the PDL with your doctor to review costs and any approvals you might need to get from your health plan to fill your prescriptions. You can talk to your doctor about lower cost options if a certain medication does not fit your budget.
PDL changes happen frequently, so be sure to check it often to make sure you’ve got the most updated information. You can find your PDL under the Pharmacies & Prescriptions section of myuhc.com(Opens a new window).
Common Pharmacy Terms
A requirement that your doctor explains why you need a certain medication before your plan decides how and if it will be covered.
The largest amount of medication your plan will cover per copayment or period of time.
When your plan requires you to try one or more medications before approving coverage for a different one.
Medications used to treat complex or rare conditions that you may need to get from a specialty pharmacy.
- Set up and refill home delivery orders.
- Track your prescription history.
- Find network pharmacies.
- Compare medication prices.
Or download the app.
Here are a few tips to help you manage your medication costs easily.
- Check the PDL frequently to track changes or to see costs before your doctor chooses a medication to prescribe.
- Compare prices using the drug pricing tool on myuhc.com(Opens a new window) or the Health4Me app.
- Ask your doctor about generics to see if there’s a lower-cost alternative.