You can look up a specific drug and view coverage details. You can also see possible generic equivalents and alternative medications.
You can download a printable list of the most widely prescribed drugs.
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:
Available Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. Eastern time; Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Eastern time.
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.
Humana does not determine brand or generic status for the medications on our Drug Lists. A nationally recognized, contracted healthcare vendor with Humana determines whether a drug is classified as a generic or brand-name drug. One of the primary factors for determining the status of a drug is the price. If pricing for a particular drug changes—as determined by using the average wholesale price—the brand or generic status may also change.
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