Who is this for?
If you want to see if the prescription drugs you're taking are covered by your plan, use the drug lists below.
A drug list is a list of prescription drugs your health plan covers. It's also called a formulary.
All the drugs on our drug lists have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. And we do research to make sure the drugs we choose are safe, effective and lower in cost.
Choose your plan below to download your drug list. There are three documents in the "Formulary" column.
- The formulary, or drug list, is the main source. We update these documents each year. They list all the drugs covered by your plan. Learn more about how to read a drug list.
- Step Therapy Criteria tells you about cases in which you might need to try lower-cost drugs before we'll cover a specific drug. Learn more about how step therapy works.
- Prior Authorization Criteria tells you about drugs that need special approval from us. Learn more about how prior authorization works.
The documents in the "Formulary updates" column are additions to or deletions from the main drug list. This is our way of telling you about changes to the drug lists between our annual updates.
If you bought your own insurance, use these drug lists:
If you get your insurance through an employer, union or other group, use these drug lists:
Not sure what group plan you have or which drug list to use? Don't see yours listed here? Call the Customer Service number on the back of your Blues ID card and we'll help.