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Prescription Drug Discount Program

CommunityCare is proud to introduce our new Drug Discount Program! This free program is designed to help reduce your out-of-pocket costs for drugs that may not be covered under your current coverage. The program is easy to use - simply take your prescription to your pharmacist with your current CommunityCare ID card and any available discounts will be applied. A list of frequently asked questions is included for more information.

We are committed to providing you the best prescription drug plan possible.

If you have any questions about the drug discount program, please call the CommunityCare pharmacy help desk at 918-594-5211.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the drug discount program?
The drug discount program was implemented to reduce out-of-pocket costs for prescription medication, including prescribed over-the-counter medication, some drugs that are excluded by Medicare and more.

Do I need a prescription to use the discount program?
Yes, you will need a valid prescription to take advantage of the discount at the pharmacy.

What about over-the-counter (OTC) drugs? Do I need a prescription to use the discount program for OTC drugs?
Yes, while you can purchase some OTC drugs without a prescription (through our OTC benefit if applicable), you or your doctor will need to present a valid prescription to the pharmacy and your pharmacist must submit a claim to CommunityCare using your ID card.

Is this insurance or benefit? Will CommunityCare pay toward the cost of the drug through this program?
This drug discount program is not a plan benefit, Part D coverage or insurance. Members who choose to use the discount are responsible for all costs and are subject to all terms of use. For Medicare Advantage members, Part D rules such as Extra Help, tier exceptions and accumulators do not apply to the discount program.

Is the program free?
Yes, the discount program is available at no charge to you.

Where can I use the discount program?
The discount program is accepted at over 70,000+ retail pharmacies in the United States, including major retailers such as CVS, Walgreens, Reasor’s, Walmart, and many smaller independent pharmacies.

How much will my drug cost with the discount?
Drug price and the discount depends on a variety of factors, such as your drug, quantity, and the pharmacy you are using. Only your pharmacy can tell you the exact price after they process your prescription through the program.

Am I required to use the discount program?
No, you are not required to use the discount program. You may choose to pay for your drugs in any way you see fit.

What drugs are covered?
You can use your drug discount on most prescription medications.

Can I use the discount program even if I have Medicare, Medicaid or any other coverage?
You may use the discount program to get discounts on most prescriptions - even those that may not be covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other coverage.

Do I need to enroll in the program?
No, you do not need to enroll or register to use the discount. All you need to do is provide your CommunityCare ID card to your pharmacy.



Call the Pharmacy Help Desk to find out more about this benefit:

1-877-293-8628
918-594-5211 (local)
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Hearing impaired individuals may call TTY/TDD via Relay Oklahoma at:

1-800-722-0353

This drug discount program is not a plan benefit, Part D coverage or insurance. Enrollees who choose to participate in the discount program are responsible for all costs and are subject to all terms of use. Certain exclusions, limitations and restrictions may apply. Discounts are available exclusively through participating pharmacies and discounts will vary depending on the type of drug and the pharmacy chosen. Discounts and pharmacy network may change at any time. Part D rules such as Extra Help, tier exceptions and accumulators do not apply to the program.

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