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Formulary (list of approved drugs)
The formulary is a list of brand-name, generic and specialty medications developed by physicians and pharmacists for the purpose of promoting safe, effective and affordable drug therapy. All medications on the Providence formulary have Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval. The formulary can help you and your physician choose effective medications that minimize your out-of-pocket expense.
Review the most common exclusions and limits that apply to our plans, or view the complete list of exclusions.
See answers to the most frequently asked questions about Providence individual and family health plans.
These are federally required documents that provide basic benefit information for comparison purposes only.
Prescription drug benefits under Providence individual and family plan offerings meet or exceed the average benefits one would receive under standard Medicare Part D. (PDF)
Review the list of covered preventive care benefits available to members of all ages. (PDF)
Get information to help you access care under your health insurance plan. Understand coordination of benefits, claim submissions, what's considered a medical necessity, prescription drug benefits, and more.