How Do You Find the Coverage Formula for a First Health Part D Plan?


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The list of prescription medications covered by the First Health Part D plan, called a formulary, is available in booklet format or through an online search tool. Subscribers can download the booklet from the plan's website or request it by calling the customer service phone number, states Coventry Health Care.

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Subscribers use the search tool to obtain pricing and coverage information for any medication available. They first enter their ZIP code into the tool and click on Find Plans. Then they select the tab corresponding to Part D on the resulting display. In that tab, they can either search for pharmacies or covered drugs. On the drug search tool, they enter the first few letters of the medication, and the tool displays a list of drugs starting with those letters. When they select a drug, the next page shows available dosage and refill frequency. When dosage and frequency are selected, the final page shows the cost after deductible is met, notes Coventry Health Care.

Alternatively, subscribers can download or request a booklet in English or Spanish. The drugs are listed in the booklet by category and alphabetically in each category. The index lists each drug alphabetically, along with a page number. Each drug entry shows the co-payment tier, states Coventry Health Care.

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