Thank you for attending the informational session, “Pharmacy and Prescription” on
UnitedHealthcare’s member site Please take a moment to complete the
following steps as a take away from the session to familiarize with the site and its capabilities
while it is still fresh from the session.
1. Log into myuhc.com. From the home page, where do you click to see your prescription
2. What is the name of the menu option to view your prescriptions filled?
3. Your doctor prescribed you a new medication. How can you find out more information
4. Is the pricing tool available for medications only used for mail order?
5. You would like to refill your mail order prescription online. Where on the site would you
6. Your physician prescribed a new medication, called Tenoretic 50. Log into the site and
price this medication comparing mail order and retail. Are there less expensive options?
7. What is a prior authorization and how do you have this requested for your medication?
8. How do you grant other household members or care givers access to your prescription
1. Pharmacies & Prescriptions tab across blue menu bar or direct link labeled Manage
2. After clicking on Manage My Prescriptions link, hover over My Prescriptions on the
blue menu bar. My Medicine Cabinet can be selected and wil list your current
3. To find out more information about a medication, click on Manage My Prescriptions
from home page of myuhc.com. You will see the welcome message. On the right
side of this page, click on drug look up with the magnifying glass. Type in your
4. No, the pricing tool al ows you to compare the pricing of the medication between
Optum Rx mail order service for a 90 supply or the retail pharmacy you select. If you
don’t designate a pharmacy, a general estimate will be used.
5. After you log in and click on Manage My Prescriptions, you can view the calendar on
the left side of the page to verify if your medication is ready for a refill. Click on the
REFILL drop down arrow in the center of the page to select your medication.
6. Tenoretic is a brand name medication for a beta blocker. This is a tier 3 medication.
A lower cost alternative is atenolol/chlorthalidone TAB 50 – 25 mg which is tier 1.
7. Click on Pharmacies & Prescriptions, See View Your Account and click on the access
now link. OR from the myuhc.com home page, click on Manage My Prescriptions.
Look under the Health Tools tab in the blue menu bar at the top of the page. Click
When your doctor or health care provider prescribes a certain medicine, your health
plan or pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) may require something called prior
authorization before they will cover (pay for all or part of) your medicine. Prior
authorization is a formal process that your doctor goes through. He or she must give
a medical reason why they are prescribing that medication, rather than a less
8. While in the Manage My Prescriptions page, click on My Account across the top in
the blue menu bar. The sub menu at the far right has Household/care giver Access.
Click on that for complete instructions or watch the video.
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