Prescription Medications Plan

Prescription medication insurance plan

 

 

The Select Rx Program Frequently Asked Questions

DOES THIS WORK WITH MY CURRENT INSURANCE PLAN PRESCRIPTION CARD? Simply present your Rx Card with your insurance card and ask the pharmacist to show you the drug cost for each card. If your prescribed drug is not on the insurance company’s formulary, your copay goes away and Lone Star saves the day.

HOW SOON CAN I BEGIN USING MY MEMBERSHIP? To fill an Rx at a local retail pharmacy, as soon as your Membership Packet arrives in the mail, usually 7 to 10 days. For Mail Order: the same day!

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO SAVE ON MY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS? Mail Order is an ideal way to realize the greatest savings on your medications. Information on how to order will be included in your membership materials. Live customer service via a toll free number is also available to assist you

WHERE CAN I USE THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG CARD AT? The retail drug card is accepted at over 60,000 pharmacies throughout the United States. The network includes pharmacy chains as well as thousands of independent pharmacies throughout the country.

HOW MUCH DOES THE MEMBERSHIP COST? Our program covers all household members and costs just $29.95 per month. There is a one time fulfillment fee of $20.00 to cover the cost of printing and mailing your membership id cards.

CANCELLATION POLICY If a member is not satisfied or doesn’t realize enough savings by using our program they may cancel at any time. All cancellation requests must be received 15 days prior to the members next scheduled monthly payment by calling 888-962-0422. Please note, there are no refunds.

WHO IS LONE STAR SCRIPT CARE? Lone Star Script Care was created when the founders decided there had to be a better way to help consumers get the best possible prices for their prescribed medications. We have partnered with the best possible sources of reduced prescription medications for our members. Millions of Americans need help with their prescription costs and under-insured Americans gain access to the prescription medications they cannot afford.