CoverRx Benefits

Cost to participate
Members pay no monthly premiums to participate in CoverRx, but co-pays are required for prescriptions. CoverRx provides the following benefits:

  • Affordable access to more than 200 generic medications, insulin, diabetic supplies and select mental health drugs
  • Up to five prescriptions per month (insulin and diabetic supplies do not count against the monthly limit)
  • Discount for many non-covered drugs
  • CoverRx is not insurance and will not cover doctor's visits or hospitalizations
Drug Category
Drug Category Below FPL
Generics: 30-day supply* $3
Generics: 90-day supply** $5
Brand/Insulin/Diabetic Supplies: 30-day supply or up to 40 ml per fill $5
Drugs not on the CoverRx list and all prescriptions above the five prescription per month limit Lesser of Discount, MAC or U&C***

*Quantity Limits: Prazosin and Venlafaxine - 1 capsules per day; Sumatriptan - 9 tablets per month.
**90-day supplies available only through mail order and select retail pharmacies that have chosen to participate.
***Discount means a price reduction offered to participants for certain prescriptions. Savings for enrollees in CoverRx could range from 0 to 35%. This savings information disclosure, provided in accordance to Tennessee Code Annotated 56-57-104(b), is an estimate and should not be relied upon as any form of guarantee and is not applicable across all medications. 
***MAC means the maximum allowable cost of a drug and is a drug reimbursement policy.
***U&C means usual and customary charges, which are amounts charged by health care providers.

CoverRx provides the generic equivalent of the following popular brand drugs:

Blood Pressure

Coreg® (carvedilol)
Norvasc® (amlodipine)
Prinivil, Zestril® (lisinopril)
Toprol XL® (metoprolol succinate extended-release)
Inderal® (propranolol)


Paxil® (paroxetine)
Zoloft® (sertraline)
Wellbutrin XL® (bupropion XL)
Celexa® (citalopram)


ProAir HFA® (Until 12/31/2016 only.)
Pro Air Respiclick®


Glucophage® (metformin)

Flu/Pneumonia Vaccines

Influenza A (H1N1)