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Learn How to Save 15% - 60% on Prescription Drugs

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Discount Prescription Card FAQ's

Below are a few of the common questions that are usually asked by the Free Prescription Card holders. Please review the frequently asked questions and if you don't see your answer below please feel free to call: 1-888-920-1012 and a prescription card specailist will be there to help you.

How do I find a participating pharmacy?
Once signed in, you can find a participating pharmacy by clicking on either the Pharmacy Locator link located in the menu bar and entering your criteria. Pharmacy Locator was designed to help you identify pharmacies that participate in the network that serves your pharmacy benefit plan. At a minimum, you will need to enter city and state or zip, and select the distance you are willing to travel to a participating pharmacy. Pharmacy Locator will display up to 20 participating pharmacies within the specified travel radius. Note that you will need to be a registered user to utilize Pharmacy Locator.

Where can I get my prescription filled for the lowest cost?
The pharmacies that participate in the network serving your pharmacy benefit plan have agreed, typically through contractual arrangements, to provide covered pharmacy-related products and services for a defined reimbursement formula. Therefore, for covered medications, your cost (or copayment amount) should be the same at all participating pharmacies.

Can I get my medication at a non-participating pharmacy?
In most instances, you will not need to visit a non-participating pharmacy. Although the network that serves your pharmacy benefit plan may not include all pharmacies, MedImpact contracts with more than 64,000 pharmacies nationwide, which ensures access to a convenient participating pharmacy. When you choose to purchase a covered medication at a non-participating pharmacy, you may be required to pay a higher copayment amount or 100% of the cost. Then, if your plan sponsor allows for direct member reimbursement, you may submit a claim to MedImpact. To find a participating pharmacy, click on the Pharmacy Locator link located in the menu bar and enter your criteria. Refer to the Help Desk section for a direct member reimbursement claim form.

How do I transfer a prescription from a non-participating pharmacy to a participating pharmacy?
There are three ways to transfer your prescription:
  • Take your labeled medication container from your previous pharmacy to the participating pharmacy. Your new pharmacy will contact your old pharmacy to transfer your prescription.
  • Call the participating pharmacy and ask them to call your old pharmacy for prescription transfer information.
  • Ask your doctor to contact the participating pharmacy directly.

Can I fill my prescriptions at a retail pharmacy and through mail order at the same time?
If applicable, you can fill your prescriptions at a retail pharmacy and mail order or a participating Choice90Rx pharmacy at the same time. The claims system reviews your personal medication profile each time you get a prescription filled to check for drug interactions, duplicate prescriptions, and other potential issues.

Depending on the type of medication, you can use more than one option to fill your prescriptions.
  • For short-term (or acute) medications (i.e., antibiotics), use a participating retail pharmacy.
  • For the greatest savings opportunities on medications you take on an ongoing basis (i.e., drugs for high blood pressure, arthritis, asthma, etc.), use mail order or a participating Choice90Rx pharmacy.
Refer to your pharmacy benefit materials as supplied by your plan sponsor to determine if you have a mail order or Choice90Rx option.

Who should I contact about pharmacy issues?
If you should encounter any issues at a participating pharmacy, please contact the customer contact center toll-free at 800.788.2949 or securely email customer service at to give a detailed explanation of the issue. A representative will make an effort to resolve the issue. Refer to the Help Desk section for further contact information.

Note: Pharmacy discounts are Not Insurance, and are Not Intended as a Substitute for Insurance.


Participating Pharmacies Include: