The Foreign Service Benefit Plan (FSBP) works closely with Express Scripts to provide quality, affordable pharmacy benefits for members. While Express Scripts is the largest pharmacy benefits manager today, they have been a part of the FSBP family of partners for over 30 years.

FSBP and Express Scripts provide members with convenient pharmacy services through their network of retail pharmacies or through home delivery from the Express Scripts PharmacySM. You can use local pharmacies in the retail network to obtain short-term medications (up to a 30-day supply – see here for a list of retail network pharmacies). We recommend using home delivery for up to a 90-day supply of medications you take on a regular basis. Some maintenance medications, such as those to lower cholesterol, must be filled by home delivery rather than at a local pharmacy to receive coverage. In addition, most specialty medicines must be filled through Accredo, an Express Scripts specialty pharmacy, to receive coverage.  See the grey “Specialty Medications” tab here for more information.

Register at our co-branded website with your member ID number. Once you’re registered, use the site to:

  • Find participating pharmacies;
  • Review prescription benefits;
  • Price medications;
  • View potential lower cost options for your medications via the My RX Choices® tool;
  • Refill and renew home delivery prescriptions easily;
  • Check status of home delivery orders; and
  • Obtain information on low-cost generic alternatives to brand-name medications.

You also can access these features through the Express Scripts mobile app, which is available on your device’s app store. Search for “Express Scripts” and download it for free. If you have not yet registered for an online account, you can do so in the app with your member ID number. 


What will I pay for my prescriptions?

Your costs are based on the types of prescriptions and where you have them filled. Detailed information can be found in both the Plan Brochure, Section 5(f), Prescription Drug Benefits, Covered Medications and Supplies, and in the RX Handbook. The table below also provides an overview of costs:

When you purchase your prescription….

And the drug is in…

You pay…

At a network retail pharmacy using your FSBP ID card, for up to a 30-day supply

Tier I

(Generic Drugs)

$10 copay

Tier II

(Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

25% of drug cost

($30 minimum)

Tier III

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

35% of drug cost

($60 minimum)

Tier IV

(Generic Specialty Drugs)

25% of drug cost

Tier V

(Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

25% of drug cost

Tier VI

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

35% of drug cost

Via home delivery from the Express Scripts Pharmacy, for up to a 90-day supply

Tier I

(Generic Drugs)

$15 copay

Tier II

(Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

$60 copay

Tier III

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

35% of drug cost

($80 minimum; 500 maximum)

Tier IV

(Generic Specialty Drugs)

25%, up to a maximum of $150

Tier V

(Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

25%, up to a maximum of $200

Tier VI

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

35%, up to a maximum of $300

At an out-of-network retail pharmacy, in the U.S.

Any Tier

Full Retail Price of Drug

At a retail pharmacy outside of the U.S., including at a Military Treatment Facility

Any Tier

10% of the cost

You pay full-price, file a claim, and receive 90% of the cost of covered drugs.

Purchasing drugs you take regularly via home delivery from the Express Scripts Pharmacy may lower your out-of-pocket costs significantly. 

You can choose potential lower cost alternatives for your medications.

FSBP strongly encourages all members to use lower cost alternatives shown in the My RX Choices® tool found at the co-branded website or on the Express Scripts mobile app. In many cases, a doctor can prescribe a less costly and clinically appropriate alternative drug that will perform just as well as another drug. Using the My RX Choices tool can help you discuss with your doctor whether a lower-cost alternative is right for you. 

Make it easy on yourself: research additional medications to discuss with your prescriber, and find an affordable medicine appropriate for your health needs.   

 

To obtain prescriptions outside of the U.S.

You have two choices to obtain prescriptions when residing or traveling overseas. You may purchase medications at a local pharmacy overseas and then submit a claim following the same process as you would to seek reimbursement for an overseas medical provider (see Overseas). Or, FSBP has a special arrangement with Express Scripts to provide overseas members with up to a one-year supply of medication via home delivery, with no refills. In this case, your doctor must write a prescription for a one-year supply with no refills, and you pay the full-year copayment (see table above). For details see Home Delivery Foreign Countries. If you are having your medication shipped to a U.S. address, please indicate that you will be residing or traveling overseas. Please note that Express Scripts can mail prescriptions only to addresses in the U.S. or to APO, FPO, DPO, and Pouch Mail addresses. The plan cannot mail prescription medication to Germany per German regulations. 


Medication-related risks can have serious consequences. Now there is an easy way to help protect your health. It works whether you get your medications at a retail pharmacy or by home delivery. All you need to do is create an online account by registering at the Plan’s co-branded website or on the Express Scripts app. If you are registered already, this new safety feature is activated and working. Your registration also includes alerts for any dependent children on your prescription plan, up to 18 years old.

The feature consists of personalized alerts to help you follow the treatment plan as prescribed by your healthcare provider. These notifications will warn you about potential risks like drug interactions. These alerts are designed to help you avoid unnecessary hospitalization, avoid health setbacks, and stay on track with taking medications prescribed by your doctor. If you have any questions about medication safety alerts you receive, consult with your doctor.  

An important part of staying on track with medications is to refill and renew medicines in a timely manner.  Express Scripts will send you reminders when your prescriptions are ready to be refilled, or when they may need to be renewed.  In order to receive these reminders via email, you may need to opt-in to receive emails:  

  1. Log onto the co-branded website.
  2. Choose “Select communication preferences” from the menu under “My Account.”
  3. Scroll to “Communication preferences” and click “Edit preferences.”
  4. Select email if you wish to be contacted by that method.

If the email box remains unchecked, reminders are sent via phone call or mail. If you have chosen not to be contacted by e-mail or phone, a reminder letter will be mailed. 


Learn more here about automatic refills, special home delivery programs, vaccinations, therapeutic resource centers, and personalized medicine. 

 

Automatic Refills

The automatic refills program is designed to help you never run out of your long-term medicine.  After you enroll your prescriptions in the program, Express Scripts will calculate your long-term prescription usage and days supply remaining automatically. When it’s time to refill, Express Scripts will fill the prescription and mail it to you. You’ll also receive notification 7 days before Express Scripts begins to process your next refill. You have the option to change the next processing date or cancel the prescription from the Automatic Refill program any time before processing begins.

There are 3 convenient ways to enroll:

  1. Log onto the co-branded website and click “Manage Automatic Refills” from the menu under “Manage Prescriptions.” Select the prescriptions you want refilled automatically.
  2. At the time you refill a prescription, the system asks if you want to enroll it in automatic refills. If you answer “yes,” Express Scripts will begin refilling your prescription automatically.
  3. Call Member Services at (800) 818-6717 and tell the patient care advocate you want to enroll in automatic refills.

 

Home Delivery: 30/90 Program and Overseas 1-Year Supply

Your home delivery prescriptions are the most cost-effective for you when they’re filled in a 90-day supply. If the Express Scripts Pharmacy receives an eligible prescription written for less than a 90-day supply (typically between 21 and 75 days), the pharmacy will take one of these steps:

  • If the prescription was written in a state that allows “consolidation” and has refills, the pharmacy will automatically fill it in the maximum quantity allowed by the Plan (typically 90 days).
  • If the prescription was written in a state that does not allow consolidation, the pharmacy will attempt to contact the prescriber for approval to fill it in the maximum allowed quantity. If approval isn’t received, the prescription will be filled in the original quantity with no delay for the patient.

If you are or will be overseas and would like to purchase a one-year supply: Your doctor needs to write the prescription for a full year’s supply with no refills, and you need to pay the full-year copayment. Orders can be shipped only to addresses in the U.S. or to APO, FPO, DPO, and Pouch Mail addresses. Please allow extra time for this process to take place to be sure you will receive your medications in a timely manner. Please see Home Delivery Foreign Countries for more details. The plan cannot mail prescription medications to Germany per German regulation.

 

Vaccinations

Many pharmacies now offer vaccinations administered by trained and qualified pharmacy staff members. The Plan’s vaccination program includes coverage of seasonal flu, pneumococcal diseases, shingles, and other adult and childhood vaccinations. There is no copayment for vaccines that are recommended under the Affordable Care Act and have an “A” or a “B” recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and provided by network pharmacies. Generally, you do not need an appointment at the pharmacy, but you may want to check on vaccination availability before you go.

 

Therapeutic Resource Centers (TRCs)

As part of your plan – and at no cost to you – the specialist pharmacists from Express Scripts TRCs focus on medication safety for patients with chronic and complex conditions. They’re specially trained in medications to treat conditions including diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cancer, migraines, asthma, and hemophilia. Specialist pharmacists can answer your medication questions, help you avoid harmful drug interactions, and even help you and your doctor identify potential medication savings. To speak with a specialist pharmacist, call Express Scripts at (800) 818-6717. Or, visit the co-branded website, choose “Health Resource Center,” and click the link to ask your question.


Specialty medications are used to treat complex conditions, including cancer, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, hepatitis C, HIV, and multiple sclerosis. Typically, they are injectable and require special handling. By filling specialty prescriptions through Accredo, an Express Scripts specialty pharmacy, you’ll pay only your plan’s copayment and receive a variety of specialized services – the kind you may not get from your retail pharmacy.

  • Safe, prompt delivery. Accredo will schedule and ship all your specialty medications quickly, including those that require special handling such as refrigeration.
  • Supplies. Most supplies, such as syringes, needles, and sharps containers, will be provided with your medication.
  • Refill reminders. Accredo will contact you regularly to schedule your next refill and see how your therapy is progressing. For convenience, some specialty medication refills can be ordered online, safely and securely, through our co-branded website.
  • Drug safety monitoring. As an Express Scripts pharmacy, Accredo can access your prescription information on file at all Express Scripts pharmacies to monitor for potential drug interactions and side effects of your medications.

Important: Most specialty drugs require prior authorization. Also, certain specialty drugs must be ordered from Accredo to receive coverage. They will not be covered if ordered from a retail pharmacy, your prescriber’s office, or an outpatient facility. If you purchase these drugs from a retail pharmacy, you will pay 100% of the drug cost. 

Overview

The Foreign Service Benefit Plan (FSBP) works closely with Express Scripts to provide quality, affordable pharmacy benefits for members. While Express Scripts is the largest pharmacy benefits manager today, they have been a part of the FSBP family of partners for over 30 years.

FSBP and Express Scripts provide members with convenient pharmacy services through their network of retail pharmacies or through home delivery from the Express Scripts PharmacySM. You can use local pharmacies in the retail network to obtain short-term medications (up to a 30-day supply – see here for a list of retail network pharmacies). We recommend using home delivery for up to a 90-day supply of medications you take on a regular basis. Some maintenance medications, such as those to lower cholesterol, must be filled by home delivery rather than at a local pharmacy to receive coverage. In addition, most specialty medicines must be filled through Accredo, an Express Scripts specialty pharmacy, to receive coverage.  See the grey “Specialty Medications” tab here for more information.

Register at our co-branded website with your member ID number. Once you’re registered, use the site to:

  • Find participating pharmacies;
  • Review prescription benefits;
  • Price medications;
  • View potential lower cost options for your medications via the My RX Choices® tool;
  • Refill and renew home delivery prescriptions easily;
  • Check status of home delivery orders; and
  • Obtain information on low-cost generic alternatives to brand-name medications.

You also can access these features through the Express Scripts mobile app, which is available on your device’s app store. Search for “Express Scripts” and download it for free. If you have not yet registered for an online account, you can do so in the app with your member ID number. 

Costs

What will I pay for my prescriptions?

Your costs are based on the types of prescriptions and where you have them filled. Detailed information can be found in both the Plan Brochure, Section 5(f), Prescription Drug Benefits, Covered Medications and Supplies, and in the RX Handbook. The table below also provides an overview of costs:

When you purchase your prescription….

And the drug is in…

You pay…

At a network retail pharmacy using your FSBP ID card, for up to a 30-day supply

Tier I

(Generic Drugs)

$10 copay

Tier II

(Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

25% of drug cost

($30 minimum)

Tier III

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

35% of drug cost

($60 minimum)

Tier IV

(Generic Specialty Drugs)

25% of drug cost

Tier V

(Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

25% of drug cost

Tier VI

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

35% of drug cost

Via home delivery from the Express Scripts Pharmacy, for up to a 90-day supply

Tier I

(Generic Drugs)

$15 copay

Tier II

(Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

$60 copay

Tier III

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs)

35% of drug cost

($80 minimum; 500 maximum)

Tier IV

(Generic Specialty Drugs)

25%, up to a maximum of $150

Tier V

(Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

25%, up to a maximum of $200

Tier VI

(Non-Preferred Brand Name Specialty Drugs)

35%, up to a maximum of $300

At an out-of-network retail pharmacy, in the U.S.

Any Tier

Full Retail Price of Drug

At a retail pharmacy outside of the U.S., including at a Military Treatment Facility

Any Tier

10% of the cost

You pay full-price, file a claim, and receive 90% of the cost of covered drugs.

Purchasing drugs you take regularly via home delivery from the Express Scripts Pharmacy may lower your out-of-pocket costs significantly. 

You can choose potential lower cost alternatives for your medications.

FSBP strongly encourages all members to use lower cost alternatives shown in the My RX Choices® tool found at the co-branded website or on the Express Scripts mobile app. In many cases, a doctor can prescribe a less costly and clinically appropriate alternative drug that will perform just as well as another drug. Using the My RX Choices tool can help you discuss with your doctor whether a lower-cost alternative is right for you. 

Make it easy on yourself: research additional medications to discuss with your prescriber, and find an affordable medicine appropriate for your health needs.   

 

To obtain prescriptions outside of the U.S.

You have two choices to obtain prescriptions when residing or traveling overseas. You may purchase medications at a local pharmacy overseas and then submit a claim following the same process as you would to seek reimbursement for an overseas medical provider (see Overseas). Or, FSBP has a special arrangement with Express Scripts to provide overseas members with up to a one-year supply of medication via home delivery, with no refills. In this case, your doctor must write a prescription for a one-year supply with no refills, and you pay the full-year copayment (see table above). For details see Home Delivery Foreign Countries. If you are having your medication shipped to a U.S. address, please indicate that you will be residing or traveling overseas. Please note that Express Scripts can mail prescriptions only to addresses in the U.S. or to APO, FPO, DPO, and Pouch Mail addresses. The plan cannot mail prescription medication to Germany per German regulations. 

Safety Alerts

Medication-related risks can have serious consequences. Now there is an easy way to help protect your health. It works whether you get your medications at a retail pharmacy or by home delivery. All you need to do is create an online account by registering at the Plan’s co-branded website or on the Express Scripts app. If you are registered already, this new safety feature is activated and working. Your registration also includes alerts for any dependent children on your prescription plan, up to 18 years old.

The feature consists of personalized alerts to help you follow the treatment plan as prescribed by your healthcare provider. These notifications will warn you about potential risks like drug interactions. These alerts are designed to help you avoid unnecessary hospitalization, avoid health setbacks, and stay on track with taking medications prescribed by your doctor. If you have any questions about medication safety alerts you receive, consult with your doctor.  

An important part of staying on track with medications is to refill and renew medicines in a timely manner.  Express Scripts will send you reminders when your prescriptions are ready to be refilled, or when they may need to be renewed.  In order to receive these reminders via email, you may need to opt-in to receive emails:  

  1. Log onto the co-branded website.
  2. Choose “Select communication preferences” from the menu under “My Account.”
  3. Scroll to “Communication preferences” and click “Edit preferences.”
  4. Select email if you wish to be contacted by that method.

If the email box remains unchecked, reminders are sent via phone call or mail. If you have chosen not to be contacted by e-mail or phone, a reminder letter will be mailed. 

More RX Info

Learn more here about automatic refills, special home delivery programs, vaccinations, therapeutic resource centers, and personalized medicine. 

 

Automatic Refills

The automatic refills program is designed to help you never run out of your long-term medicine.  After you enroll your prescriptions in the program, Express Scripts will calculate your long-term prescription usage and days supply remaining automatically. When it’s time to refill, Express Scripts will fill the prescription and mail it to you. You’ll also receive notification 7 days before Express Scripts begins to process your next refill. You have the option to change the next processing date or cancel the prescription from the Automatic Refill program any time before processing begins.

There are 3 convenient ways to enroll:

  1. Log onto the co-branded website and click “Manage Automatic Refills” from the menu under “Manage Prescriptions.” Select the prescriptions you want refilled automatically.
  2. At the time you refill a prescription, the system asks if you want to enroll it in automatic refills. If you answer “yes,” Express Scripts will begin refilling your prescription automatically.
  3. Call Member Services at (800) 818-6717 and tell the patient care advocate you want to enroll in automatic refills.

 

Home Delivery: 30/90 Program and Overseas 1-Year Supply

Your home delivery prescriptions are the most cost-effective for you when they’re filled in a 90-day supply. If the Express Scripts Pharmacy receives an eligible prescription written for less than a 90-day supply (typically between 21 and 75 days), the pharmacy will take one of these steps:

  • If the prescription was written in a state that allows “consolidation” and has refills, the pharmacy will automatically fill it in the maximum quantity allowed by the Plan (typically 90 days).
  • If the prescription was written in a state that does not allow consolidation, the pharmacy will attempt to contact the prescriber for approval to fill it in the maximum allowed quantity. If approval isn’t received, the prescription will be filled in the original quantity with no delay for the patient.

If you are or will be overseas and would like to purchase a one-year supply: Your doctor needs to write the prescription for a full year’s supply with no refills, and you need to pay the full-year copayment. Orders can be shipped only to addresses in the U.S. or to APO, FPO, DPO, and Pouch Mail addresses. Please allow extra time for this process to take place to be sure you will receive your medications in a timely manner. Please see Home Delivery Foreign Countries for more details. The plan cannot mail prescription medications to Germany per German regulation.

 

Vaccinations

Many pharmacies now offer vaccinations administered by trained and qualified pharmacy staff members. The Plan’s vaccination program includes coverage of seasonal flu, pneumococcal diseases, shingles, and other adult and childhood vaccinations. There is no copayment for vaccines that are recommended under the Affordable Care Act and have an “A” or a “B” recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and provided by network pharmacies. Generally, you do not need an appointment at the pharmacy, but you may want to check on vaccination availability before you go.

 

Therapeutic Resource Centers (TRCs)

As part of your plan – and at no cost to you – the specialist pharmacists from Express Scripts TRCs focus on medication safety for patients with chronic and complex conditions. They’re specially trained in medications to treat conditions including diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cancer, migraines, asthma, and hemophilia. Specialist pharmacists can answer your medication questions, help you avoid harmful drug interactions, and even help you and your doctor identify potential medication savings. To speak with a specialist pharmacist, call Express Scripts at (800) 818-6717. Or, visit the co-branded website, choose “Health Resource Center,” and click the link to ask your question.

Specialty Medications

Specialty medications are used to treat complex conditions, including cancer, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, hepatitis C, HIV, and multiple sclerosis. Typically, they are injectable and require special handling. By filling specialty prescriptions through Accredo, an Express Scripts specialty pharmacy, you’ll pay only your plan’s copayment and receive a variety of specialized services – the kind you may not get from your retail pharmacy.

  • Safe, prompt delivery. Accredo will schedule and ship all your specialty medications quickly, including those that require special handling such as refrigeration.
  • Supplies. Most supplies, such as syringes, needles, and sharps containers, will be provided with your medication.
  • Refill reminders. Accredo will contact you regularly to schedule your next refill and see how your therapy is progressing. For convenience, some specialty medication refills can be ordered online, safely and securely, through our co-branded website.
  • Drug safety monitoring. As an Express Scripts pharmacy, Accredo can access your prescription information on file at all Express Scripts pharmacies to monitor for potential drug interactions and side effects of your medications.

Important: Most specialty drugs require prior authorization. Also, certain specialty drugs must be ordered from Accredo to receive coverage. They will not be covered if ordered from a retail pharmacy, your prescriber’s office, or an outpatient facility. If you purchase these drugs from a retail pharmacy, you will pay 100% of the drug cost. 

FAQs (8)

Where can I find a list of participating pharmacies?

We have a list of participating pharmacies here. You will also find this list under “Helpful Links.”

Where can I find the drug formulary?

For the complete drug formulary and to compare drug prices please visit the co-branded website. By clicking on the “Go” button in the middle box under Open Enrollment Information, both current members and prospective members can find out information on the Plan’s prescription benefits (retail, home delivery and specialty), search for a nearby participating pharmacy, compare prescription costs, review the Plan’s formulary and utilize the Savings Advisor tool.

For more information, please see the video below that explains generics and formularies.

How do I contact Express Scripts directly?

Express Scripts can be contacted directly by phone for any questions you may have:

  • Member Services – (800) 818-6717
    • If the 800 number does not work for you from outside the 50 United States, call Express Scripts collect at (724) 765-3077 or (724) 765-3074.
  • TTY – (800) 899-2114
  • Accredo, an Express Scripts Specialty Pharmacy – (800) 922-8279
I'm having trouble paying for my prescriptions. What do I do?

There are two options you can explore: the My Rx Choices tool, and the Extended Payment Plan.

My RX Choices is part of the co-branded website and app. You simply enter the medication you were prescribed and read about lower-cost alternatives for the same drug. Use this information to discuss lower-cost medications that might be appropriate for your condition with your prescriber.

The Extended Payment Plan allows you to pay for your home delivery medications over three installments, via credit or debit card.  There’s no waiting – medications are shipped as soon as the first payment is received. When you enroll in EPP, it applies to every home delivery prescription for you and your eligible dependents. To enroll or learn more, you can call Express Scripts at (800) 818-6717, or enroll at the website or app. Here’s how:

  1. Under “My Account,” select “Edit Payment Information” from the drop-down menu.
  2. Under “Your Information” select “Payment Information.”
  3. Then, click on “Edit Information.”
  4. Next to “Extended Payment Program,” you will see a link to “Learn More.” 
I've heard some medications are now available for free. Is this true? What medications are they?

Several medications are now available with no cost-sharing for you. They are not technically “free” because the Plan pays full cost for them; thus, for members there is no out-of-pocket cost.

These medications include:

  • FDA-approved women’s contraceptives, including oral and injectable contraceptives, cervical caps, diaphragms, IUDs, vaginal rings, and hormonal patches.
  • FDA-approved tobacco cessation drugs, both prescription-only and over-the-counter (a prescription from your provider is required for reimbursement).
  • Medicines to promote better health recommended under the Affordable Care Act and that have an “A” or a “B” rating from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
Can I obtain discounts on non-covered drugs? How?

Certain non-covered prescription drugs can be obtained at a discounted price through the Express Scripts Pharmacy. These may include Renova, a dermatological drug; Propecia, a cosmetic drug; and erectile dysfunction agents.

If you use a non-covered prescription drug and you want to learn whether it falls into this category, as well its discounted price, call Express Scripts at (800) 818-6717. To order an eligible medication, you need to submit the prescription with a home delivery order form and payment for the full discounted price.

As a non-FEHB benefit, you cannot file an FEHB disputed claim about any drugs obtained via this program. Further, the price you pay for any drug in this program is separate and apart from your FSBP premium, deductible, copayments, or catastrophic protection out-of-pocket maximums.    

Why does my medication require prior authorization?

Your safety is the top concern of both Express Scripts and FSBP. We require prior authorization of certain medications as a safety measure for you to establish the medical necessity of your use of the drug. Examples of drug categories requiring prior authorization include, but are not limited to, growth hormones, certain hormone therapies, interferons, erythroid stimulants, anti-narcoleptics, sleep aids, migraine medication, weight loss medications, opioids, and oncologic agents. The review of your prior authorization request uses Plan rules based on FDA-approved prescribing and safety information, clinical guidelines, and uses that are considered reasonable, safe, and effective. Additionally, there are some medications that may be covered with limits (for example, only for a certain amount or for certain uses) unless you receive approval through a coverage review.

Contact Express Scripts Member Services directly if you have questions about, or need to obtain, prior authorization for a medication: (800) 818-6717.

I take Plavix or Warfarin. What do I need to know? Or, I'm interested in the

FSBP’s prescription drug coverage includes the Personalized Medicine Program, which incorporates pharmacogenetics testing to optimize drug therapies for certain conditions. At this time, the program is available – at no extra cost - to patients taking Plavix or Warfarin.  It requires no action on your part.

The FDA recommends pharmacogenetics tests to help doctors prescribe the most appropriate drug and dosage for each patient. First, a pharmacist from Express Scripts contacts your doctor to see if it is appropriate for you to participate in the testing. If your doctor agrees, the pharmacist will contact you to let you know that testing is available and, if you agree to it, arrange to complete the test. Results will be sent directly to your doctor and to a specially trained Express Scripts pharmacist. Ultimately, your doctor decides which drug and dose is best for you.    

 

FORMS & BROCHURES (5)

Form

Description

Action

Prescription Home Delivery Form
Prescription Home Delivery Form
Home Delivery Foreign Countries
Members who live in Foreign Countries and use the home delivery pharmacy - please review.
2017 RX Benefit Handbook
2017 ESI Prescription Benefit Handbook
2016 RX Benefit Handbook
2016 ESI Prescription Benefit Handbook
Participating Pharmacies
Participating Pharmacies