Does Walgreens Accept Kaiser Insurance?

You can fill eligible prescriptions at any Kaiser Permanente pharmacy, regardless of where you receive care. Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Kroger, Safeway, and Costco are among the MedImpact pharmacies, as are hundreds more independent pharmacies around the country.

What insurance plans does Walgreens accept?

Walgreens accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Coventry, United HealthCare, Humana Choice, National Preferred Provider Network, and a variety of other insurance plans. If you have questions regarding your prescriptions or medical plan coverage alternatives, they also offer consultations with their onsite pharmacists.

Prescriptions through participating retail pharmacies.

  • MedImpact has a deal with Kaiser Permanente Insurance Company to fill your outpatient prescription drugs at retail pharmacies across the country.
  • You can use any of the MedImpact participating pharmacy network’s approximately 70,000 retail pharmacies nationwide.

What pharmacies contract with Kaiser?

  • Prescriptions written by any licensed clinician can be filled at MedImpact pharmacies.
  • You can use any of the MedImpact participating pharmacy network’s retail pharmacies nationwide.

Prescriptions can be filled at any of the 60,000 MedImpact pharmacies. Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Ralphs, Safeway, and Costco, as well as hundreds more independent pharmacies around the country, are just a few examples.

Some locations in a chain are contracted independently and do not participate in the program. Call MedImpact Customer Service at to check on a specific pharmacy or for further information.

Does wellcare use Walgreens?

Q: Can members who are enrolled in the 2021 Wellness Rx plan utilize Walmart pharmacies? Walgreens, CVS, and most supermarkets are among Wellcare’s preferred pharmacies in 2022, according to all three plans.

Is Walgreens a preferred cost sharing pharmacy?

Costco, Kmart, Kroger, Meijer, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and Walmart are among the preferred network’s independent and chain pharmacies. Find out more about the pharmacies that we recommend.

Features and benefits of receiving covered care from any licensed provider.

  • Care in any location, with a choice of providers. Your benefits from the Out-of-Network Provider Tier cover care from any licensed provider (not in the In-Network Provider Tier).
  • Out-of-Network Providers usually result in higher out-of-pocket expenses. When you opt to obtain care from an Out-of-Network Provider or facility, your out-of-pocket fees will often be the highest.
  • Psychiatric care. Mental illness, emotional issues, and drug or alcohol abuse can all be treated by any certified behavioral health or chemical dependence specialist.
  • Hospitalization. Inpatient hospitalization services can be obtained from licensed or accredited hospitals and facilities that are not part of the In-Network Provider Tier.
  • Medical attention is required in an emergency. Any licensed Out-of-Network emergency care facility is available to you. Emergency treatment is covered at the In-Network Provider Tier benefit level, and regardless of where you seek care, you will only be charged for the In-Network cost share.
  • X-rays, lab testing You can get in touch with the facilities directly. You have the option of having your Out-of-Network Provider send labs, X-rays, and specific procedures (MRIs, CT scans, PET scans, nuclear medicine) to a Kaiser Permanente facility, In-Network Provider, at any time, and you will likely pay less.
  • Services provided by pharmacies. In the Out-of-Network Provider Tier, learn about your medication coverage.

To find out more about what is covered under the Out-of-Network Provider Tier.

  • Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Eastern time, call Customer Service at 1-855-364-3185 (TTY 711), or consult your ID card.

*Prior authorisation is required for inpatient and some outpatient therapies. Prior authorization must be obtained by calling 1-800-221-2412 (TTY 711).

Can I just walk into Kaiser and get a flu shot?

Although flu season is approaching, the best strategy to protect yourself is now available. Kaiser Permanente is providing free flu vaccines to members at various facilities throughout Southern California.

When it comes to scheduling a flu vaccination, you have a number of quick and easy options. Many Kaiser Permanente sites provide walk-in vaccines, so you don’t need to make an appointment. Simply drop in before or after work, or during your lunch break. Evenings and weekends will be open at some flu shot clinics.