A prescription drug list is a list of drugs available to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) members. These drugs are considered to be safe and cost-effective. How much you may pay out-of-pocket for prescription drugs is determined by whether your medication is on the Drug List. These prescription drug lists have different levels of coverage, which are called “tiers”. Generally, if you choose a drug that is a lower tier, your out-of-pocket costs for a prescription drug will be less.
Your doctor should consult the Drug List when prescribing drugs for you. This may help lower your out-of-pocket costs.
Some things to know
- Based on your benefits, if you use a drug manufacturer’s coupon or copay card to pay for a covered prescription drug, this amount may not apply to your plan deductible or out-of-pocket maximum.
- Health plans may administer medical and pharmacy coverage separately for select drugs. Some drugs are covered under your medical plan instead of your pharmacy benefits. These can include drugs that must be given to you by a health care provider. These drugs are often given to you in a hospital, doctor’s office or health care setting. Examples of these drugs are contraceptive implants and chemo infusion. If you are taking or prescribed a drug that is not on your plan's Drug List, call the number on your member ID card to see if the drug may be covered by your medical plan.
If you are a BCBSOK member, log in to your Blue Access for MembersSM account to check your drug list and learn more about your prescription drug benefits. Be sure to review your benefit materials for details. If you have any questions about your prescription drug benefits, call the number listed on your BCBSOK member ID card.