The Bright Health Medication Therapy Management program helps you get the greatest health benefit from your medications by:
We will automatically enroll you in the Bright Health program at no cost to you if all three conditions apply:
Your participation is voluntary, and does not affect your coverage. This program is no cost to you and is open only to those who are invited to participate. The program is not a benefit for all members.
The program provides you with a:
The review is a one-on-one discussion with a pharmacist, to answer questions and address concerns you have about the medications you take, including:
The pharmacist will offer ways to manage your conditions with the drugs you take. If more information is needed, the pharmacist may contact your prescribing doctor. The review takes about 30 minutes and is usually offered once each year — if you qualify. At the end of your discussion, the pharmacist will provide you a Personal Medication List with the medications you discussed during your review.
You will also receive a Medication Action Plan. Your plan may include suggestions from the pharmacist for you and your doctor to discuss during your next doctor visit.
Here is an example of the Personal Medication List that you’ll walk through as a part of the program.
With this review, we mail, fax or call your doctor with suggestions about prescription drugs that may be safer, or work better than your current drugs. As always, your prescribing doctor will decide whether to consider our suggestions. Your prescription drugs will not change unless you and your doctor decide to change them. We may also contact you, by mail or phone, with suggestions about your medications.
If you qualify, we will mail you a letter. Also, you may receive a call, inviting you to participate in this one-on-one medication review.
You may receive a call from a pharmacy where you recently filled one or more of your prescriptions. You will be given the option to choose an in-person review or a phone review.
You may be contacted by a call center pharmacist to provide your review, and ensure that you have access to the service if you want to participate. These reviews are conducted by phone.
Different doctors may write prescriptions for you without knowing all the prescription drugs and/or OTC medications you take. For that reason, a pharmacist will:
Please contact us if you would like additional information about our program, or if you do not want to participate after being enrolled in the program. Our number is 1-866-342-2183 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (TTY users, call 711.)
Give us a call for some hands-on help. We're happy to answer questions and get you covered. 844-667-5502 (TTY: 711)
Last Updated: Tues Oct 1 2019
Bright Health plans are HMOs and PPOs with a Medicare contract. Bright Health’s New York D-SNP plan is an HMO with a Medicare contract and a Coordination of Benefits Agreement with New York State Department of Health. Our plans are issued through Bright Health Insurance Company or one of its affiliates. Bright Health Insurance Company is a Colorado Life and Health company that issues indemnity products, including EPOs offered through Medicare Advantage. An EPO is an exclusive provider organization plan that may be written on an HMO license in some states and on a Life and Health license in some states, including Colorado. Enrollment in our plans depends on contract renewal.
This information is not a complete description of benefits. Call 844-667-5502 | TTY:711 for more information.
The formulary, pharmacy network, and/or provider network may change at any time. You will receive notice when necessary.
You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium.
Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.
Medicare beneficiaries may also enroll in Bright Health Medicare Advantage plans through the CMS Medicare Online Enrollment Center located at http://www.medicare.gov
Bright Health Medicare Advantage plans are plans with a network of doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other providers. Out-of-network/noncontracted providers are under no obligation to treat Bright Health members, except in emergency situations.
Please call our customer service number or see your Evidence of Coverage for more information, including the cost-sharing that applies to out-of-network services. You must generally use network pharmacies to fill your prescriptions for covered Part D drugs.
Other providers are available in our network. Most network providers participate through our Care Partner.
Bright Advantage Special Care (HMO SNP) has been approved by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) to operate as a Special Needs Plan (SNP) through 2021 based on a review of Bright Advantage Special Care (HMO SNP) Model of Care.
Español | 中文 | Tiếng Việt | 한국어 | Tagalog | Русский | العربية | Kreyòl Ayisyen | Français | Português | Polski | 日本語 | Italiano | Deutsch | فارسی | אידיש | বাংলা | Diné Bizaad | اُردُو