Find a pharmacy
Search pharmacies in your network and compare medicine costs. How are medicines priced at my pharmacy?
Pharmacy types include the following:
Retail Pharmacy: A licensed, non-wholesale pharmacy that is open to the public.
Home Infusion Pharmacy: A participating network pharmacy specializing in supplying members with home infusion therapy medications and supplies.
Indian Health: A participating pharmacy in a network that includes Indian Health Service, Tribal, and Urban Indian Health Program pharmacies.
Long-Term Care Pharmacy: A participating network pharmacy servicing a Long-Term Care facility.
Mail-Order Pharmacy: A non-retail pharmacy offering home and/or office delivery of medications via mail or express carrier
Extended Supply Network: A participating pharmacy that provides extended day supply at mail order rates.
Preferred Retail: Preferred network of pharmacies agreeing to fill up to 90-day prescriptions at a preferred rate
What are filters?
Filters let you narrow your search by certain criteria, like 24-hour pharmacies or pharmacies that offer a 90-day supply of medicine, depending on your network.
Retail costs reflect the estimated amount you'll pay after your health plan's cost share - such as copay, coinsurance, deductible or premium - have been met. Actual cost will be determined at the time of purchase.