When you prescribe a drug for your patient, he/she will get the generic form. If there isn’t a generic, he/she will get the brand name.
View our drug list. Medications are grouped by category and then separated into drug classes. Each drug class has a section number (i.e., 1-A, 1-B, etc.). The section number is in the index.
The generic name is listed to the left of the brand name for each drug. Drugs patients can get in generic form have an asterisk (*) before the brand name. Drugs without a generic form are listed in BOLD.
Certain medications may have quantity or age limitations.
A health plan member may be required to try step therapy. You may help him/her fill out and submit a medical necessity request to waive step therapy requirements or quantity limit restrictions.
If you have any questions, please call toll-free 1-800-962-8074, TTY 711, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.
This summary is not an offer of coverage. If there are any differences between the information contained within this document and a specific plan document, the plan documents will govern. Participating pharmacies in our retail and/or mail-order network are independent contractors and are neither employees nor agents of Health Plan of Nevada or its affiliates. This is not meant to replace the advice of a healthcare provider. This is a proprietary document and may not be copied or distributed without the express permission of Health Plan of Nevada.