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The information on this page is valid through December 31, 2019. For benefit details and changes effective January 1, 2020, please visit our Retiree Benefits Open Enrollment web page.

Prescription Drug Plans for Retirees

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Non-Medicare Eligible Retirees

CVS/Caremark Prescription Drug Plan Option A or B

CVS/Caremark prescription drug coverage offers retirees access to short-term medications through the CVS/Caremark retail pharmacy network and long-term medications through the CVS/Caremark retail pharmacy network or Mail Order Pharmacy. Retirees have the opportunity to choose between two prescription plan options administered by CVS/Caremark, Plan Option A and Plan Option B. Prescription benefits through CVS/Caremark are not available to Kaiser Permanente participants. 

Forms

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Kaiser Permanente Prescription Drug Plan

All non-Medicare-eligible retirees enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente medical program who elect to receive prescription benefits receive their prescription benefit through Kaiser. 

  • More information about the Kaiser Permanente prescription drug plan is available in the Retiree Benefit Summary (PDF)

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Medicare-Eligible Retirees

SilverScript/Caremark Medicare Part D Plan

SilverScript, a division of CVS/Caremark, provides prescription coverage to Medicare-eligible retirees who are not enrolled in the Kaiser Medicare Plus plan. SilverScript's nationwide pharmacy network includes retail, mail service, long-term care, and home infusion pharmacies.

  • More information about the SilverScript/Caremark prescription plan is available in the Retiree Benefit Summary (PDF).
Plan A Documents for 2019
Plan B Documents for 2019

Kaiser Permanente Prescription Drug Plan

All Medicare-eligible retirees enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente medical program must elect prescription coverage through Kaiser's Medicare Part D plan.

  • More information about the Kaiser Permanente Medicare Part D prescription drug plan is available in the Retiree Benefit Summary (PDF)