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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.
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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.
All non-Medicare-eligible retirees enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente medical program who elect to receive prescription benefits receive their prescription benefit through Kaiser.
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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.
All Medicare-eligible retirees enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente medical program must elect prescription coverage through Kaiser's Medicare Part D plan.