VA Prescription Benefits

Get discounts on brand and generic prescriptions. Plus, you can use the program as many times as you need and for everyone in your household. It’s easy to use with no claim forms or paperwork to complete. This program is included with your VA dental benefits.

Benefits:

• You’ll save an average of 32% (with potential savings up to 50% on select prescriptions).

• All prescription drugs are eligible for savings. (Walmart excludes $4.00 30-day and $10.00 90-day prescriptions).

DISCOUNT ONLY – NOT INSURANCE

Discounts are available exclusively through participating pharmacies.The range of the discounts will vary depending on the type of provider and services rendered. This program does not make payments directly to providers. Members are required to pay for all healthcare services. You may cancel your registration at any time or file a complaint by contacting Customer Care. This program is administered by Medical Security CardCompany, LLC (MSC) of Tucson, AZ.

Important VA benefits to know:

  • Use the card for any prescriptions your health coverage doesn’t cover.
  • If you don’t have health coverage, use the card for any prescriptions your family pays for out of your pocket.
  • Enrolled in Medicare Part D? Use for prescriptions excluded by your Medicare Part D plan.
  • Humana Health Insurance is pleased to have Walmart as a preferred pharmacy partner that has committed to special discounts for Humana veterans.
  • Access 62,000 pharmacies located throughout the United States including national retailers, and many independently owned pharmacies.

2 thoughts on “VA Prescription Benefits

  1. You are wrong on many counts. First, you can stay at tepromary military lodging like Air Force Lodges, Navy Lodges and the like. But, you can only make reservations at the Air Force facilities 24 hours in advance. Navy Lodges will take reservations up to 30 days in advance. Army is about the same. All other facilities are space available on date of arrival.You retain Tri Care and eligibility for care at military treatment facilities. In addition, prescription drugs through the pharmacies of those military facilities are free. Under Tri Care you will pay a co-pay of $3 for generic and $9 for brand name prescription drugs filled by a civilian pharmacy.In short, your husband will be on the disability retired list. He will have the same type of ID card as if he were on the non-disability retired list after 20 years of service. The same for you. You get an ID card with all of the base privileges that go along with that.Hope this helps.

  2. Wyoming is proud of its veterans who have laid their lives on the line to defend our freedoms. We appreciate the valiant service of our armed forces’ men and women and we want to all help take care of them when they come home from performing their duties. In Wyoming, veterans are usually entitle to VA or Tricare insurance but may still have questions about other health insurance plans which are available out on the open market. Some of the plans available would allow veterans to be more flexible in what doctors and hospitals they could see for their care. It’s always good to be educated on what plans are out there, even if someone is already paying for a health insurance plan for you. There are companies like UnitedHealthOne that sell plans in Wyoming that offer a very flexible PPO network, they offer copays on doctor visits, and they offer help with prescription drugs. These plans also now have to cover preventative care before the deductible, as well as mental health and substance abuse. With post-traumatic stress being so common among veterans these days, we know this is very important. We would love to chat with you about your service in the military and about what options are available for your very important health care.

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