BlueChoice Plan Information

BlueChoice Health Insurance

BlueChoice Health Insurance Information

Here we have more information from Bluechoice to help you understand your plan. Important information on prescription drugs, Blue Care on Demand, the treatment cost estimator, added value discounts, and instructional videos.

BlueChoice Information

Blue 365 added value discounts for a variety of products and services that can enhance the quality of your life, simply by being enrolled in a Bluechoice  plan.

Learn about how to determine the cost of care you may receive, including how much of the cost of a procedure goes towards your deductible.

Learn more about how a virtual office visit works with Blue CareOnDemand. With this, you have the ability to consult with a doctor at any time, 365 days a year.

Watch videos explaining both Blue Cross information and plan-specific information for your health insurance plans.

Prescription Drug Information

These prescription drugs require your doctor to get approval before the plan will cover the cost of the medication. This list is current as of October 2018.

Step therapy has you try cost-effective "first-choice" medications before trying more expensive "second-choice" drugs. This list is current as of October 2018.

These prescription drugs, normally tier 4, are usually used to treat complex or chronic medical conditions. This list is current as of October 2018.

This program limits the amount of medication prescribed at one time for certain covered prescriptions. The list is current as of October 2018.

This list covers drugs that treat all medical conditions. Each tier represents a different copay level. To find more information about a drug, please log into My Health Toolkit and use the Drug Coverage and Cost Tool. 

Step therapy has you try cost-effective "first-choice" medications before trying more expensive "second-choice" drugs. This list is current as of October 2018.

Certain drugs that are not covered under BlueChoice's pharmacy benefit are available at a discounted price. These "lifestyle" drugs do not have a copayment, but usually will reduce your cost by 10 to 20 percent from the retail price.

This Affordable Care Act requires health plans to cover certain drugs, such as aspirin, female contraceptives, folic acid, iron supplements, oral fluoride agents, vaccines and tobacco cessation products at $0 (no charge).

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