2014 UPMC for Life Part D Prescription Drug Coverage
Your Part D prescription drug coverage options
UPMC for Life offers many plan options that combine medical and Part D prescription drug coverage into one easy to use plan. All of our plans that include prescription coverage have five levels of drug benefits: generic, preferred-brand, non-preferred brand, specialty, and select care generic. Compare and view details about our plans that have medical and prescription drug coverage (Rx).
Click here to see important details about our prescription drug coverage.
Make sure your prescription drugs are covered
A prescription drug formulary is a list of drugs a Medicare Advantage plan covers. The UPMC for Life formulary includes thousands of brand-name and generic medications. These drugs have been approved for coverage by the health plan and are also reviewed and approved by UPMC physicians, community pharmacists, and Medicare.
Pharmacies in all the right places
UPMC for Life's comprehensive pharmacy benefits include access to a large network of indpendent and retail chain pharmacies, including CVS, Giant Eagle, Kmart, Kroger, Rite Aid, Sam's Club, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. You can take advantage of 60,000 pharmacies nationwide. Our mail-order pharmacy can even mail medications directly to your home or any address that you specify. Review the UPMC for Life Pharmacy Directory.
Select care generics for $0 copay
We’re excited to offer you select care generic drugs for a $0 copay. Click here to see a complete list of the select care generic drugs that are now being offered at $0 copay. These drugs can be filled at 31-day and 90-day supplies. Once you’re a UPMC for Life member, use your member ID card to take advantage of this benefit.
Help for prescription drug costs
Did you know that you can get extra help for paying for your prescription drug costs? People with limited incomes may qualify for extra help to pay their prescription drug costs. Many people are eligible for these savings and don't even know it. Please select the state in which you reside to receive the low income subsidy information for your region.