GEHA offers discounts on prescriptions to help you save on your medical costs where you can. Depending on the medication, you will pay a set amount as a copay or a percentage of the cost. Generic drugs typically cost less than brand-name medications. Another savings option includes a lesser copay amount by getting a 90-day supply through CVS Caremark Mail Service (not available for the Elevate plan) or retail CVS pharmacies. If you are taking brand-name maintenance medication, you may want to consider GEHA’s High Option medical plan.
Searching for more information on your medications? Here are a few helpful resources:
Please note: The following resources apply to GEHA's HDHP, Standard Option and High Option plans. Resources for the new Elevate and Elevate Plus plan will be added as they become available.
CVS Caremark Formulary Information
CVS Caremark Drug List Information
CVS Caremark Specialty Drug Information