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As a ConnectiCare member, you’ll have the flexibility to purchase your covered prescriptions from our extensive network of pharmacies. Where you buy your prescription drugs may affect the amount you pay out of your own pocket. 

Retail Pharmacies

Purchase your covered prescriptions at any of our participating retail pharmacies. There are more than 60,000 pharmacies in the ConnectiCare network, including many national chain pharmacies.

Many of our retail pharmacies are “preferred pharmacies”, like Walgreens, where you can save on your prescriptions. You’ll save at least $5 each and every time you fill a 30-day prescription for most drugs. Those savings can really add up!

Home delivery

If you take medications on a regular basis, home delivery is a cost-saving and convenient option.

  • Get prescriptions sent right to your home – standard shipping is FREE

  • Save money! You’ll pay less for a 90-day supply of most drugs than you would for a 90-day supply of the same drug at a retail pharmacy

  • Have the option to schedule your prescriptions for auto refill and auto delivery

  • Get confidential access to pharmacists 24/7

Covered Drugs

ConnectiCare uses a formulary, or a list of Part D prescription drugs. Except in limited circumstances, your prescription drugs must be included in our formulary to be covered. 

A listing of your prescription drugs covered under your Part D Prescription Drug benefit can be found in the ConnectiCare Medicare Advantage Drug Formulary. Download documents from the link below. 

ConnectiCare Medicare Advantage Drug Formulary

Once you are a member, if your medication is not listed in the formulary, you have the right to request a coverage determination to receive an exception.

Under Mail order Pharmacy:
Save money! You'll pay less for a 90-day supply of most drugs than you would for a 90-day supply of the same drug at a retail pharmacy. Tier 5 (Specialty Drugs are limited to a 30 day supply)




H3528_18_4006_01  Approved 10/05/2017
Last Update 9/30/2017


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