The drug lists below are used with your health plan if all of these apply to you:
- You enrolled in a plan on your own (instead of through your employer) and
- Your plan is a "metallic" health plan, which can include a Gold, Silver, Bronze or Catastrophic plan.
Your prescription drug benefits through BCBSNM is based on a Drug List, which is a list of drugs considered to be safe and cost effective.
To search for a drug name within the PDF Drug List document, use the Control and F keys on your keyboard, or go to Edit in the drop-down menu and select Find/Search. Type in the word or phrase you are looking for and click on Search.
View your current drug list effective January 1, 2021:
- 2021 Drug List
- Contraceptive Coverage List
- ACA $0 Preventive Drug List
- $0 HDHP-HSA Preventive Drug List (This applies only for Blue Community Bronze HMOSM 502 plan)
Starting January 1, 2021, some changes will be made to the prescription drug benefit. See the 2021 changes.
View your current drug list effective January 1, 2020:
Starting January 1, 2020, some changes were made to the prescription drug benefit. See the 2020 changes.
You, or your prescribing health care provider, can ask for a Drug List exception if your drug is not on the Drug List. To request this exception, you, or your prescriber, can call the number on the back of your ID card to ask for a review. If you have a health condition that may jeopardize your life, health or keep you from regaining function, or your current drug therapy uses a non-covered drug, you, or your prescriber, may be able to ask for an expedited review process. BCBSNM will let you, and your prescriber, know the coverage decision within 24 hours after they receive your request for an expedited review. If the coverage request is denied, BCBSNM will let you and your prescriber know why it was denied and offer you a covered alternative drug (if applicable). Call the number on the back of your ID card if you have any questions.
If you are a BCBSNM member, log in to your Blue Access for MembersSM account to check your drug list and learn more about your prescription drug benefits.