Prescription Drug Lists

Check your PDL to stay updated on your pharmacy coverage

A PDL – also called a formulary – is a list of commonly used medications, organized into cost levels, called tiers. These costs are decided by your employer or health plan. View your PDL to learn what’s covered by your plan.

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Health Insurance Marketplaces, State Exchanges, Small and Large Group

View the lists below to find Prescription Drug Lists for Health Insurance Marketplaces and State Exchanges.

Small Group and Large Group Drug Lists (Off-Exchange)

View General Prescription Drug Lists (PDLs)

View the lists below to find general pharmacy benefits information for UnitedHealthcare plans, including certain PDLs. Remember, this is only general information. Sign in on myuhc.com or call the number on your health plan ID card to see your PDL and get specific information about your pharmacy benefits.

Zero-cost preventive care medications

As part of Health Care Reform, health plans must cover certain Preventive Care Medications at no cost to you. Stay up to date on any changes in the law and get updates about Health Care Reform at healthcare.gov.

These lists are for general information only. Lists may change over time and some medications listed may not be covered by your specific plan.

To find the most updated information:

  • Review your benefit documents.
  • View current lists on myuhc.com.
  • Call the phone number on your health plan ID card.