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In 2014, state health plan members’ Express Scripts benefits remain unchanged from 2013. As one of the largest pharmacy benefit managers, Express Scripts provides some of the best resources available in the market today.
Not only does Express Scripts process members’ pharmacy claims, but they offer a number of other cost- and time-saving features. For instance, if you are serious about making the right choices for your health care benefits in 2014, log onto Express Scripts website (www.express-scripts.com) and review the claims that have been submitted for your 2013 prescriptions.
Then, take it a step further, and shop for the lowest price on your medications. Simply enter the name of your prescription and the website lists the price and any generics or other options for treatment of your particular condition. This helps you to make informed investments of your healthcare dollars.
Keep in mind that in addition to retail pharmacies, you can utilize Express Scripts’ mail order pharmacy. They offer a 90-day supply on some medications. After you meet your deductible, you can purchase a 90-day supply for the cost of 60 days. That could provide you quite a savings. Armed with the costs of your medications, that information could help you better calculate your prescription costs for 2014.
Express Scripts also has specialty pharmacists, available around the clock, who can answer your questions about cardiovascular, diabetes, cancer, women’s health, neuroscience and pulmonary conditions.
To learn more about the state's retail and mail-order prescription drug programs through Express Scripts, Inc. (ESI) and some of the cost- and time-saving features that provide value to our employees: