Drug Information


The drug list, also called a formulary, includes both brand name and generic drugs. It will also tell you:

  • About your drug's co-payment
  • Whether limitations to coverage exist like:
    • Prior authorization
    • Quantity limits
    • Step therapy

Generic drugs:

You may save money by switching from brand drugs to generic drugs. These drugs:

  • Have the same active ingredient formula as brand name drugs
  • Usually cost less than brand name drugs
  • Are rated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be as safe and effective as brand name drugs

Keep in mind, to receive your full pharmacy benefits, you should use:

  • Blue Cross MedicareRxSM network pharmacies, including our home delivery pharmacy service, Primemail®* (except in an emergency). Using an out-of-network pharmacy may result in less than full reimbursement for out-of-pocket costs.
  • A preferred pharmacy which may result in lower member out-of-pocket cost.

Also, when using PrimeMail or our preferred network pharmacies, you may have the ability to:

  • Purchase a 90-day supply of a prescription drug

2016 Formulary List of Covered Drugs

Search for your prescriptions

Drug Formulary Basic   (PDP) - English

Drug Formulary Basic  (PDP) - en Español

Drug Formulary Value   and Plus   (PDP) - English

Drug Formulary Value  and Plus  (PDP) - en Español

If you need assistance with additional plan documents please call customer service at 1-888-285-2249 TTY/TDD: 711.

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PrimeMail is offered by Prime Therapeutics LLC, a separate company that provides pharmacy benefit management services for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma.