Medication Adherence

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Medication Adherence

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Taking Your Medicine,
the Right Way

Taking your medicine as directed by your doctor or pharmacist (medication adherence) is one of the most important things you can do for your health. 

ConnectiCare offers many tools and resources to help you stay on track. Order a free, easy-to-use weekly pillbox, create a Medication List, sign up for one of our health education workshops, and more.

Watch our short video for helpful tips.

Keep Track — And Stay on Track — With a Free Pillbox

Getting organized is the key to taking your medicine as directed. And if you're an ConnectiCare member, we'll send you this colorful, easy-to-use pillbox for free!

Helpful Information and Resources

  • Create a Medicine Routine

    Get helpful tips on how to stick to your schedule and download a Medication List. 

  • Drug List

    A drug list, also called a formulary, is a list of medicines covered by your insurance plan. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about ways to save on copays. 

  • Pharmacies

    Find locations and preferred pharmacies. Preferred pharmacies are in-network pharmacies where you can save on prescription drugs.

  • Home Delivery and Refills

    Get your medicines delivered straight to your door, sometimes on the same day.

Free guides and classes to help support your wellness goals.

  • Diabetes

    Learn about diabetes prevention and management.

  • Cholesterol and Statins

    Get information on statins, the cholesterol-lowering medicine that can help keep you healthy.

  • Hypertension

    Managing your blood pressure is an important part of your overall health.

  • ConnectiCare Centers

    Stop in for free classes, register for virtual sessions, get in-person help to understand your insurance plan, and more.

Medicare Members

Medication Therapy Management Program

This program is a free service for ConnectiCare Medicare plan members with Part D prescription drug coverage who have certain health conditions and take certain prescription medicines covered by Medicare Part D.