Drug List

Learn about drugs included in your plan

This page links you to information about the prescription drugs Humana covers. This information is for members with insurance through their employer.

The Drug List is a list of prescription drugs developed and maintained by a medical committee comprised of doctors and pharmacists. The type of coverage your employer purchased may cause variances in drug coverage. Certain drugs may have coverage limitations based on duration or dosage or may require pre-approval.

If you have specific questions about a medication or need a drug that does not appear on the list, please call the Customer Care number on the back of your member ID card.

Drug List search

You can look up a specific drug and view coverage details. You can also see possible generic equivalents and alternative medications.

Printable Drug Lists

You can download a printable drug list.

Specialty Drug List

Your plan's drug coverage may include specialty drugs for chronic and complex illnesses. Many of these medications may be obtained through specialty pharmacies in your network, like Humana Specialty Pharmacy. Members in Puerto Rico need to use CVS/Caremark for specialty drugs.

Other pharmacies are available in your network.

Humana’s plans give you access to mail delivery pharmacies like Humana Pharmacy®. Humana pharmacy can ship your medications right to your door.

With Humana Pharmacy, you can:

  • Fill prescriptions for maintenance medications 3 months at a time.
  • Get possible savings.
  • Receive most medications 10 to 14 days after you place your Humana Pharmacy order, and in 7 to 10 days for a refill.
  • Talk directly to a pharmacist.
  • Pharmacists review each new prescription.
  • For more information, call Humana Pharmacy: 1-800-379-0092.
  • If you use a TTY, call 711.

Available Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. Eastern time; Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Eastern time.

More about Humana’s Drug Lists

Items on the Drug Lists may be added, changed or deleted from the Drug Lists at any time. This could affect the amount you pay for prescription drugs.

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