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Express Scripts Prescription Benefit Manager

On this page: Retail Pharmacies | Specialty Medications | Cost | Refills and New Rx Orders | Things You Can Do

Retail Pharmacies

Express Scripts pharmacy network includes most retail chain pharmacies, such as CVS, Walmart, Target, and most supermarket pharmacy chains. Some independent pharmacies are included also.

Specialty Medications

Express Scripts has a separate arrangement for specialty medications through Accredo. (Specialty medications are drugs that are used to treat complex conditions, such as cancer, growth hormone deficiency, hemophilia, hepatitis C, immune deficiency, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.)

Co-pays and costs

To locate co-pays and drug costs and find network pharmacies, visit the Express Scripts web site.

Tobacco Cessation Prescription Benefits
IU employee medical plans cover 100 percent of the cost of tobacco cessation prescription and over-the-counter tobacco replacement products. Coverage is limited to a 180-day supply per covered individual per year. Covered prescriptions drugs include Chantix, Zyban (bupropion), and Nicotrol. Over-the-counter products require a prescription in order to be covered under the employee's medical plan.

Refills and New Prescription Orders

Mail order refills and new prescriptions can be requested online, by telephone, or through the U.S. mail.

Things you can do…


Express Scripts Member Services

Express Scripts on the Web

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Page updated: 13 October 2015
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