Managing your Blue MedicareRx (PDP) plan

We want to ensure you get the most out of your Medicare Part D plan coverage. The information below explains how to do just that with tips on managing your plan, what to do if you have concerns, how to report suspected fraud, and more. To stay up to date on our latest plan features and news, download our newsletter.

If you ever have questions or need assistance, don’t hesitate to call Customer Care at the number on your Member ID card. They are available 24/7 to take your call.

Save money

Blue MedicareRx understands your need to keep your costs as low as possible and we offer several opportunities to save on medications and more.

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Stay informed about your Blue MedicareRx plan

Track your spending using your Explanation of Benefits (EOB)

Your Explanation of Benefits statement (EOB) tracks your prescription claims and year-to-date expenses. You can choose to receive your EOB by mail, or avoid the clutter of paper statements and access your EOB online.

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Access medication information at

Blue MedicareRx offers members access to convenient online tools at Sign up for your secure account to review your drug coverage and costs, look for savings opportunities, review your Explanation of Benefits statements, and more.

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Take advantage of our Medication Therapy Management services

Managing drug treatments for multiple conditions can be difficult. If you take multiple medications in certain categories, you may be eligible for a Comprehensive Medication Review conducted by a licensed pharmacist. There’s no charge for this service – it’s one of the many benefits included in your Blue MedicareRx plan.

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Who to call if you're experiencing an issue

Blue MedicareRx Customer Care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you navigate your coverage. Call one of our representatives at the number on your ID card for assistance with any issues or concerns.

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Identify and report Medicare fraud, waste and abuse

Medicare fraud, waste and abuse affects everyone. While the majority of Medicare recipients and health care providers act honestly, there are a small percentage of individuals who take advantage of the system. It’s important to be aware, and to report any suspected fraudulent activity.

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