Columbia Pacific pays for many prescription drugs.
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Columbia Pacific pays for many prescription drugs. The ones we cover are on a drug list called a “formulary.” When your provider prescribes a medicine, ask if it’s on the covered drug list. The list is a directory of medications approved for Columbia Pacific CCO members. It explains if there are special rules about the drug. The list is updated often, so if we remove or change a medication that you take, you’ll be notified in advance. To download and view the drug list, click the link below.
Search for a drug in one of the following ways:
- Find the drug listed in the formulary/PDF index.
- In the PDF file, enter the drug name into the search box located in the menu.
- Call Customer Service for assistance in finding a drug.
If you want us to send you a printed copy of this formulary, please contact Customer Service. There is no charge, and you’ll receive it within five business days.
If you urgently need a drug that’s not on our formulary, call Customer Service. You, your provider or your pharmacist can ask for an emergency supply. The maximum emergency supply is 72 hours’ worth.To fill a prescription, go to any pharmacy in our network. You’ll have lots of choices. Our network includes most large pharmacy chains and many smaller drug stores.