Preferred Drug List

The Preferred Drug List is a list of medications that helps physicians and pharmacists select medications that provide the most appropriate treatment for the best price. Some plans have a tiered design which means that whenever you have a prescription filled, the amount you pay depends on what tier the drug is on.

Current Preferred Drug List, also known as the Express Scripts National Preferred Formulary

Download 2014 drug listpdf

Download 2015 drug listpdf

Not all drugs are on the Preferred Drug List. Please check your benefits certificate, policy, or coverage manual to determine your copayment or coinsurance when using drugs not listed.

Although they may not be listed individually, all generic drugs are considered to be included on the Preferred Drug List. Your pharmacist is the best source of information regarding the generic status of the drug you are taking. Any questions regarding a medical diagnosis, treatment, referral or drug availability should be directed to your doctor or the drug product's manufacturer. Any question regarding drug interactions or possible alternatives should be directed to your doctor or pharmacist.

 

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American Republic Corp Insurance Company serves customers in many states. However, not all products are available in all states.

Please select your state to continue.

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