2022 PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT
The BRI Prescription Drug Plan is administered by Express Scripts.
Prescriptions dispensed for acute care (short-term) medications and initial fills of maintenance (long-term) medications may be obtained through any retail pharmacy for up to a 30-day supply. Short-term drugs include antibiotics and other medications that you take for short periods of time. Long-term drugs, also called maintenance medications, are those you take on an ongoing basis, such as drugs that treat high blood pressure, cholesterol or chronic diseases. Maintenance medications are only available under the Smart90 program.
For those using Specialty Medications that require focused care and monitoring to maximize effectiveness of treatment, BRI has contracted with Accredo, an Express Scripts specialty pharmacy with more than 25 years of experience in the field. Accredo provides comprehensive local clinical services and 24/7 personalized support and education to patients navigating complex health issues through pharmaceutical therapy.
For more information, see the Prescription Drug Plan Document below.
For more BRI information, see the following pages (which also are available from the Resources > Benefits menu above):
2023 Open Enrollment
Medical Plans FAQs
Prescription Drug Benefits
Life and Disability Insurance
Other Benefit Programs
Church Administrator Resources
PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT RESOURCES
Information provided in this web site does not constitute legally binding advice. EPC benefits are subject to the provisions of the Medical Plan and Retirement Plan documents available on this web site or in print from EPC Benefit Resources, Inc. (BRI), 5850 T.G. Lee Blvd., Suite 510, Orlando FL 32822. For more information, contact BRI at email@example.com or 407-930-4492 (voice and fax).