As an Intel Connected Care Plan member, certain prescription medications are covered at 100%. See the list of preventive medications covered under the ACA. Plus, you have access to more than 34,000 participating pharmacies. When you need a prescription, you can fill in a number of ways:
- A retail pharmacy
- A preferred retail pharmacy
- A mail-order pharmacy
Convenient access to a 90-day supply of prescription medications
Use one of the following services to fill your 90-day supply of a maintenance medication:
- Use a retail pharmacy. You can receive up to a 90 day supply at any retail pharmacy that is part of our network of pharmacies.
- Use a preferred retail pharmacy. Providence has a network of preferred retail pharmacies where you can obtain a 90-day supply at a preferred price. This list of preferred retail pharmacies includes Albertsons/Sav-On, Bartell Drugs, Bi-Mart, Costco, Fred Meyers, QFC, Safeway, Walgreens.
- Use a mail order pharmacy. A mail-order pharmacy can provide up to a 90-day supply of maintenance medications and specializes in direct delivery to your home.
- Postal Prescription Services
503-797-2100 or 800-552-6694
Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. PT; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. PT
Mailing address: P.O. Box 2718, Portland, OR 97208
Automated refill line available 24/7, 365 days a year: 800-552-6694
- Costco Home Delivery
Monday to Friday, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. PT; Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. PT
Pharmacy is available 24/7 to refill prescriptions, order new prescriptions and check prescription status.
Mailing address: 802 134th St. SW, Ste 140, Everett, WA 98204-7314
Contact Costco Home Delivery Pharmacy by email
All covered members and their qualified dependents have access to these mail order pharmacies. Your network provisions may require the use of just one of these mail order pharmacies for coverage. Please call the Providence Health Plan Pharmacy Department at 877-216-3644 if you have questions.
Formulary: A list of safe, effective and affordable medications
A formulary is a list of brand-name, generic and specialty medications developed by physicians and pharmacists for the purpose of promoting safe, effective and affordable drug therapy. All medications on the Providence formulary have Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval. The formulary can help you and your physician choose effective medications that minimize your out-of-pocket expense.
Find a pharmacy
To find a network pharmacy that’s convenient for you:
- Visit Providence.org/intel and select the Find a Provider link.
- On the right side of the provider directory, select Pharmacies in the Provider Type field.
- Select the orange Go button