To determine if pharmacy benefits are payable by Clear Health Alliance, please confirm the requested services are a covered benefit. Questions about members’ pharmacy benefits can be answered by calling our Pharmacy Department at 877-577-9044 between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday.
Please refer to the Preferred Drug List (PDL) when prescribing for our members. This guide does not contain a complete list of drugs; rather, it lists the preferred drugs within the most commonly prescribed therapeutic categories.
Though most medications on the PDL are covered without precertification, a few agents will require you to contact our Pharmacy Department for authorization.
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Maternal Child Program
When it comes to our pregnant members, we are committed to keeping both mom and baby healthy. We encourage all our moms-to-be to take part in the Taking Care of Baby and Me® program, a comprehensive, proactive case management and care coordination program for all expectant mothers and their newborns.
Behavioral health provider
We work collaboratively with hospitals, group practices and independent behavioral health care providers, community and government agencies, human service districts and other resources to successfully meet the needs of members with mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.