Medicare

90-day refill options

Retail pharmacies

For ongoing medications, you can get up to a 90-day supply at one time from a participating retail pharmacy. You'll pay three retail copayments or coinsurance amounts — and make fewer trips to your pharmacy.

For more information, call Member Services at the number on the back of your Medica ID card.

How to order a new prescription

  1. Ask your doctor for up to a 30-day supply of the medication on one prescription. This lets you try the drug to make sure it works for you.
  2. Also ask your doctor to write a second prescription for up to a 90-day supply of the same medication. You can fill your second prescription after you and your doctor know the medication is right for you. Just bring the prescription to a participating retail pharmacy and present your Medica ID card.
  3. Your pharmacist will fill the prescription, and you'll pay the amount you owe.

How to order a refill

  1. Ask your doctor to write a prescription with refills for up to a 90-day supply of your medication.
  2. Bring the prescription to a participating retail pharmacy and present your Medica ID card.
  3. Your pharmacist will fill the prescription, and you'll pay the amount you owe.

Mail order

Before signing up for mail order, talk with your doctor to make sure it's OK to order a 90-day supply of your medication. Also, check pricing at your retail pharmacy. Depending on your benefits, you may find it's less expensive to continue getting your medications at your local pharmacy. You can compare costs using the "Price a Medication" tool at the Express Scripts website.

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