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Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy Q&A

Baptist team members can now order prescriptions through the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy. Here’s some information about this new service.

Are Baptist team members required to use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

Are Baptist team members required to use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

No. However, the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy offers a lower co-pay for mail-order medications. There is a higher co-pay for mail-order medications filled through CVS Pharmacy.

Will my mail-order prescriptions automatically be transferred to the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

Will my mail-order prescriptions automatically be transferred to the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

No. All of your active walk-in and mail-order prescriptions will remain with your current pharmacy. If you choose to use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy for your mail-order prescriptions, you will need to transfer your prescriptions through Baptist OneCare MyChart or ask your physician to e-prescribe your prescription to the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy.

Why should I use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

Why should I use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

Mail-order prescriptions ordered through other pharmacies will be considered out-of-network and will result in a higher co-pay. To continue to receive the Baptist co-pay for your mail-order prescriptions, you need to order them through the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy.

When should I use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

When should I use the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy?

To stay within network and receive the Baptist co-pay, we recommend using the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy for all of your mail-order medications starting on Jan. 2, 2018.

Can I still use CVS Pharmacy?

Can I still use CVS Pharmacy?

Yes. CVS continues to be a great partner for Baptist. And you can continue to receive the same prescription co-pay structure if you pick up your 30-day and 90-day prescriptions in the store. However, to be eligible for the Baptist co-pay on 90-day mail-order prescriptions, you need to order those medications though the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy.

When does the new co-pay structure go into effect?

When does the new co-pay structure go into effect?

It went into effect on Jan. 2. So any mail-order prescriptions placed after Jan. 2 were affected by this change. This includes refills. To move your prescriptions to the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy, simply ask your physician to e-prescribe or transfer your prescription to the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy.

If you have other questions or concerns, you can contact the Baptist Mail Order Pharmacy at mailorder@bmhcc.org or 833-721-3900.

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