What if I have a Mail Order Prescription?

Bob Gearhart Jr.
Bob Gearhart Jr.
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Bedford City School District's three medical plan options all provide access to 90-day supplies for certain maintenance medications through Cigna. Your plan only allows a certain number of fills in a lesser amount. Once you run out of those fills, your plan will only cover your medication if you fill it in a 90-day supply. The good news is Cigna allows you to fill these medications through mail order as well as through certain retain pharmacies!

Mail Order Medications

Home delivery is a convenient option when you’re taking medication on a regular basis. With just a few simple clicks of your mobile phone, tablet, or computer, your important medications will be on their way to your door (or location of your choice). To learn more, go to Cigna.com/homedelivery. To get started using home delivery, log into the myCigna App or myCigna.com. Click on the Prescriptions tab and select My Medications from the dropdown menu. Then click the button next to your medication name to electronically move your prescription(s).


90-Day Retail Prescriptions

There are thousands of retail pharmacies in your plan’s network. They include local pharmacies, grocery stores, retail chains and wholesale warehouse stores – all places where you may already shop. Every pharmacy in your plan’s network can fill 30-day prescriptions, and a select number of pharmacies can fill 90-day prescriptions.

Here are some of the retail pharmacies in your plan’s network that can fill a 90-day prescription.4 To see a full list, log in to the myCigna® App5 or myCigna.com®,6 or go to Cigna.com/Rx90network.

  • CVS (including Target and Navarro)
  • Walmart (including Sam’s Club)
  • Kroger (including Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Harris Teeter Pharmacy, Pick N Save Pharmacy, Fred Meyer Pharmacy, Fry’s Food and Drug)
  • Albertson’s/Safeway
  • Publix
  • Weis Markets
  • Winn Dixie

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