How do I make sure I have enough medication?
Students on a Purdue Student Health Plan
A: It’s important to keep taking your medications. Students and their covered dependents enrolled in a domestic, international or graduate staff Purdue student health plan, includes a 90-day benefit, this is a great time to think about changing from a 30-day supply to a 90-day supply for prescriptions you take on a regular basis. If you don’t have or desire to have a prescription for a 90-day supply, talk to your doctor to see if a 90-day supply would work for you. Additionally, students, including their covered dependents, can fill prescription maintenance medications prior to the 30-day limit, effective immediately.
Faculty, Staff and Pre-65 Retirees on a Purdue Health Plan
A: Its important to keep taking your medications. Faculty and staff, including their covered dependents, can fill prescription maintenance medications prior to the 30-day limit, effective immediately. Members also have the option for a 90-day prescription benefit for maintenance medications and the option of home delivery from CVS Caremark Mail Service Pharmacy with no delivery cost. For more information talk with your provider or call CVS Caremark at 1-866-234-7061.
PURA Retirees on a UHC Health Plan
A: Members who need help obtaining early prescription refills can call Customer Care at the number located on the back of their medical ID cards. For mail-order delivery service to affected areas or any other questions related to their prescriptions, people are encouraged to call the pharmacy number on the back of their ID card, or speak directly to a pharmacist about their situation in order to get an early refill, if necessary.