Do you see this on your ID card?
If Formulary: NPF appears on your ID card, you should reference the National Preferred Formulary (NPF)
To obtain prior approval for a NPF prescription drug:
If you don't see this on your ID card, use the BCBSVT Formulary below.
If you have Blue MedicareRx℠, BCBSVT's Medicare Part D plan than reference rxmedicareplans.com
Click on one of the options below for more information, tools, and resources.
List of preferred brand name drugs.
A list of medications that require prior approval.
Review a list of the drugs that may require documentation in the event that the amount prescribed exceeds certain criteria.
Our Step Therapy program saves members money by encouraging their doctors to try less expensive drugs before using the newest, most expensive ones.
Review our current wellness drug list to see if your medication is eligible for special benefits.
A list of brand-name drugs that recently became available as generics.
Learn the facts about generic drugs and how they could save you money.
Over-the-counter medications eligible as a first-tier Rx benefit with prescription.