To look up a specific drug and view coverage details, possible generic equivalents and alternatives, use our Drug List search.
If you have a Medicare plan, you can go to Humana’s Medicare Drug List.
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Your plan's Drug List may include specialty drugs, which are specialized therapies developed for chronic, complex illnesses. Many, but not all, of these drugs may be obtained through specialty pharmacies in your pharmacy network like Humana Specialty Pharmacy.
Pharmacists review each new prescription.
For more information, call Humana Specialty Pharmacy.
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
Members in Puerto Rico will need to use CVS/Caremark for specialty drugs.
Other specialty pharmacies are available in our network.
Drug interactions can have serious side effects. Find tips for avoiding these medication mistakes.
You can get more information about Humana Pharmacy®
If you are a member of a qualified State Pharmaceutical Assistance Program, please contact the program to verify that the mail order pharmacy will coordinate with that program.
You must use network pharmacies, except under non-routine circumstances. Other pharmacies are available in our network.
Subject to applicable law, drugs may be added, changed or deleted from the Drug List at any time, which could affect the amount you pay for prescription drugs.
Humana does not determine brand or generic status for the medications on our Drug List.
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