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If you are a member, visit myuhc.com for details on your specialty pharmacy benefits and information regarding specialty medications.
If you are a provider, visit UHCprovider.com for a list of contracted specialty pharmacies by medication, the latest news, policy information and access to Link self-service tools.

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This medication is administered by your doctor or other healthcare professional and is covered* under your health plan's medical benefit.

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What is a specialty pharmacy? Why does my doctor have to use one?

Specialty pharmacies offer more than just prescriptions. They provide extra services such as clinical support and focus primarily on specialty medications which need special handling and storage.

Can I continue to refill my specialty prescriptions at my regular pharmacy?

Depending on your benefit plan, you may need to use a participating specialty pharmacy. Please call the toll-free member phone number on the back of your health plan ID card. If you are required to use a specialty pharmacy and choose to use a regular pharmacy, you'll have to pay out-of-pocket or use out-of-network benefits.

How much will my specialty medication cost?

Most members will pay a coinsurance (percentage of the cost). For costs specific to your benefit plan, please call the toll-free member phone number on the back of your health plan ID card.

*Hospital use only

**To find out if you're required to use a participating specialty pharmacy, please call the number on the back of your health insurance ID card. PLEASE NOTE: The participating specialty pharmacy will dispense up to a 30- to 34-day supply of medication per refill depending on your health plan benefits.