Drug Name Search
Disclaimer: Depending on your plan benefit, the cost share for brand name drugs with a generic equivalent may be greater than the tier status. Please see your benefit summary or contact the Pharmacy Department at (877)216-3644 for questions.
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2021 PROVIDENCE FORMULARY B
Providence Health Plan is pleased to provide plan members with a comprehensive prescription drug formulary designed to promote safe, effective and affordable drug therapy. We cover both brand name drugs and generic drugs. Generic drugs have the same active-ingredient formula as a brand name drug. Generic drugs usually cost less than brand name drugs and are rated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be as safe and effective as brand name drugs.
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Search the formulary
There are a number of ways to see if your prescription is included in the formulary. You can search:
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Prescription drug coverage
Generally, your prescription drug plan covers prescription drugs that:
There may be times when you require a medication that is not on the formulary. If you currently take a prescription drug that is not on the formulary, contact customer service to confirm the drug is not covered. If the prescription drug is not covered, your provider may request an exception be made.
Visit the Providence Health Plan Pharmacy Resources page for more information about prescription drugs, including forms, articles, and answers to frequently asked questions.