Retail or mail order pharmacy network and drug price check
Scripps Health Plan members have three ways to obtain medications through the Prescription Drug Program:
1. Retail pharmacies
Prescription drugs that you will only take for a short time or that you need right away should be filled at a participating pharmacy through the MedImpact Pharmacy Network. Present your ID card and pay the appropriate copay for up to a 30-day (one-month) supply of your prescription.
2. Choice90 retail pharmacies
Certain long-term and “maintenance” medications (drugs that your physician prescribes for use on a regular basis for chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, ulcers or high cholesterol) may be purchased at select retail Choice90 pharmacies. Present your ID card and pay the appropriate copay for up to a 90-day (three-month) supply of your prescription.
To locate a participating pharmacy, use the MedImpact Pharmacy Locator:
To check the price of drugs, use the MedImpact Drug Price Check:
Drug Price Check
3. Mail order service
Scripps Health Plan members may receive mail order prescriptions through Scripps Health Ambulatory Pharmacies.
To enroll in this convenient service:
- Complete the Scripps Health Ambulatory Pharmacy Medication Order Form (PDF, 150 KB)
- Fax it along with a list of your prescriptions to 619-686-3932
If you have questions about the program or process, call 858-964-1013.