Overview

 

BlueRx (PDP) is a Medicare-approved Part D plan. It is a great choice as a stand-alone prescription drug plan, or you can pair it with a C Plus plan for comprehensive coverage. Either way, you're getting affordable coverage that you can count on.

 

How do I know which BlueRx (PDP) option is right for me?

 

BlueRx Option I (PDP) has a low premium and BlueRx Option II (PDP) features an expanded formulary. Make sure the option you enroll in covers all prescription drugs you are currently taking. You may want to consider BlueRx Option II (PDP) for added protection to cover any new prescription drugs you may need to take in the coming year.

 

BlueRx Option I (PDP)

 

  • Covers Medicare-approved prescription drugs
  • Access to over 64,000 participating pharmacies

BlueRx Option II (PDP)

 

  • Covers Medicare-approved prescription drugs
  • Added protection of an expanded formulary - including more brand-name drugs
  • Access to over 64,000 participating pharmacies
  • No Part D deductible

Save time and money at Preferred Extended Supply (PXT) pharmacies and with our Mail Order Service.

 

For medications you take on a routine basis, you'll want to consider using either a network Preferred Extended Supply (PXT) pharmacy or our Mail Order Service, which allows you to receive a 90-day supply of your prescription drugs all at once. Once your order is placed, medications can be picked up or delivered directly to your door. With either option, you'll receive a 90-day supply for two times the copay amount, instead of three ... saving you money.

 

Eligibility requirements and pricing.

 

You can enroll in BlueRx (PDP) if you are both:

 

  • An Alabama resident; and
  • Entitled to Medicare Part A and/or enrolled in Medicare Part B.

 

View an enrollment kit or request an enrollment kit

 

How much does BlueRx (PDP) cost?

 

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