Nicotine-free living

If you’re enrolled in the PPO, EPO, or HDHP and you want to quit smoking or using tobacco products, your benefits include 100 percent coverage for certain prescribed smoking cessation medications.

You and your covered family members may be eligible to receive certain smoking cessation medications at no cost. To qualify, you must

  • be age 18 or older;
  • have a prescription from your doctor, even if the medication is available over the counter (OTC); and
  • fill the prescription at a network pharmacy.

You can receive up to a 180-day supply each year of the following medications (maximum daily dose quantity limits apply). Show your prescription ID card when you pick up your prescription; no copay, deductible, or coinsurance is required.

  • OTC medications
    • nicotine replacement gum
    • nicotine replacement lozenge
    • nicotine replacement patch
  • prescription medications
    • bupropion sustained-release tablet (generic Zyban)
    • Chantix tablet*
    • Nicotrol inhaler*
    • Nicotrol nasal spray*

*100 percent covered only after you have first tried one OTC nicotine replacement product and bupropion sustained release tablets.