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Many Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma plans are subject to a prescription drug list (also known as a formulary), which is a regularly updated list of covered drugs available to you.
Care and treatment decisions are between you and your doctor. However, doctors are encouraged to prescribe medicines that are on the drug list. This helps keep your out-of-pocket costs low. We encourage you to show the drug list to your doctor and pharmacist.
Keep in mind that your prescription drug benefits are subject to the terms of your health plan.
The prescription drug lists are specific to your benefit plan. You can always view the most updated prescription drug lists in the Member Services section of our website.
If you have questions about which medicines are covered by your benefit plan or which drug list applies to you, please call the customer service number on the back of your member ID card.
You can also access your pharmacy benefit information 24/7 on MyPrime.com. Using a smartphone, tablet or computer, you can log in to MyPrime.com and:
Prescription drugs may be a big part of your health care costs. You may be able to lower your out-of-pocket costs by choosing generic drugs. Find out if generic drugs are right for you.
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