Prescription Drug Guides
Minnesota’s nonprofit health plans strive to provide consumers with the most effective, affordable and highest quality prescription drugs available. The list of prescription drugs covered through your health plan is called a formulary.
In order to ensure the most up-to-date information is available to members who use and providers who prescribe medications, MCHP links directly to health plans’ formularies. The formularies are reviewed at least quarterly and changes may be made at that time. Direct links to the formulary for MCHP member organizations are listed below.
Click on the health plan name to access the formulary information.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Blue Cross formularies and special drug program lists. This page also includes the over-the-counter drug benefit list.
HealthPartners Search by drug name, drug category or drug first letter or print the drug list.
Medica From the Pharmacy page, select the appropriate member’s group: Member Through Work; Individual and Family; Medicare/Part D; Minnesota Health Care Programs (MA, MinnesotaCare); or MCHA. Each group page provides several options to view our formulary including Therapeutic Class list, a quick-reference Abridged List, as well as over-the-counter list and Specialty Pharmacy reference.
PreferredOne Formulary information applies only to PreferredOne members who have ClearScripts as their pharmacy benefit manager. This list is not all-inclusive and does not guarantee coverage. Providers are encouraged to prescribe generic products whenever appropriate. PreferredOne members who have ClearScripts can be identified by looking at their member ID card. The ClearScripts logo will be on the front of the card in the lower right corner.
Sanford This page will provide links Sanford Health Plan pharmacy information.
UCare Find links to the Formularies, along with the Prior Authorization and Exception Forms, for each of the UCare plans.
This page is provided as an informational service to the public, health plan members and physicians. Contact a health plan directly if you have questions about its formulary.