What you need to know...
about your 2013 Blue MedicareRXSM coverage
You should have recently received your 2013 Blue MedicareRx information package. Be
sure to review all documents, especially the Annual Notice of Change letter for 2013. This
letter summarizes the changes to your Blue MedicareRx plan benefits and costs, which
become effective January 1, 2013.
Your information package also contains the Evidence of Coverage. It explains your rights
and the rules you need to follow when using your Blue MedicareRx coverage. We've also
included a copy of the 2013 Comprehensive Drug List, as well as a Pharmacy Directory.
Here are some helpful tips to make the most of your plan in 2013:
- New for 2013: Blue MedicareRx now features five tiers, including Preferred Generic
Drugs and Non-Preferred Generic Drugs. The copay for a 30-day supply of a Preferred
Generic Drug is just $3.
- Check the Drug List to be sure your drugs are covered.
- Always use Blue MedicareRx network pharmacies or our mail-order service, PrimeMail,
except in an emergency. Otherwise, your benefits may not be covered.
- Save money by switching to a generic drug. Or, use a preferred network pharmacy
or PrimeMail mail-order service. You may purchase a 90-day supply of an eligible
prescription drug and pay only two and a half months of copays instead of three.
- Review your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) to see if you’re close to reaching the
PrimeMail is offered by Prime Therapeutics. Prime Therapeutics is a separate company from
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma and provides pharmacy benefit management services
for Blue MedicareRx.
Remember! Medicare's Part D annual enrollment season for 2013 runs from October 15 through December 7.
This is the time to evaluate your current coverage and decide if you need to enroll in a different Blue MedicareRx
plan. If you're satisfied with your plan, do nothing. Your coverage will continue automatically.
Here is a brief look at the Blue MedicareRx plan choices for 2013.
If you have reached or will reach the coverage gap in 2012 you may want to consider switching to the Plus Plan.
* You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium.
The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. Limitations, copays, and restrictions may apply. Please
refer to our Comprehensive Formulary to help determine in which tier your medications are listed (Preferred Generic, Non-Preferred Generic,
Preferred Brand, Non-Preferred Brand, or Specialty). Benefits, formulary, pharmacy network, premium and/or copays/coinsurance may change on
January 1 of each year. For more detailed information, contact us at 1-877-260-0298, TTY/TDD 711, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., local time, 7 days a week.
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Blue MedicareRx (PDP) is a stand-alone prescription drug plan with a Medicare contract offered
by HCSC Insurance Services Company, an Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue
Shield Association under contract S5715 with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
A stand-alone prescription drug plan with a Medicare contract.