At RegenceRx, we encourage our members to play an active
role in their health care. We believe that the better informed
you are, the more successful your treatment will be. It
just makes good sense to talk openly with your doctor about
potential medication alternatives, possible side effects,
and how soon your symptoms will improve.
To make sure you have the best available medication information,
we developed educational summaries called ConsumerRx. These
summaries can help you better understand medication choices,
prior authorization of certain medications and the possible
benefits of taking those medications.
Below you’ll find ConsumerRx information for medication
alternatives for common conditions such as allergies and
asthma, ADHD, heartburn, pain, and insomnia, just to name
a few. You’ll also find information about generic
medications and other money-saving tips.
ACE Inhibitors & ARBs - Medication options that relax and widen your blood vessels, decreasing the workload on your heart.
Treatment - How allergies are triggered and the medications
used to treat them by monthly cost.
Ampyra - Information on Ampyra for Multiple Sclerosis.
Antibiotics - Information about when to take antibiotics.
Medications - Cost-saving options and differences in
medications for treating depression.
Antipsychotics - Information on the antipsychotic class of medications.
Asthma - Information about controlling asthma.
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Medications - Medication options for ADHD.
Blockers - If you have had a heart attack, beta blocker
treatment may be right for you.
Chantix – Participation in a stop-smoking program is an important first step and clinical trials differ on which medication works better.
Diabetes Medications - Tips on managing diabetes and
cost-saving medication options.
Estrogen, Vaginal - For the treatment of vaginal atrophy.
FDA Approval - Information used by doctors, health plans and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to decide which medications are safe and effective.
Fibromyalgia Medications - Information on generic/brand medications and other treatments.
Vaccines - Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations
and differences in flu vaccines.
vs. Brand - Information about generic medications.
Growth Hormone - Options for growth hormone deficiency treatment.
Hepatitis - Information on Hepatitis C treatments and effectiveness over time.
Hormone Birth Control Products - Safety issues with products containing desogestrel.
about Heartburn - How to understand stomach-acid related
Lyrica® - Used to treat seizures, yet heavily marketed for treating nerve pain.
Migraine - Information on medications to prevent migraine headaches.
Multiple Sclerosis - Options for multiple sclerosis treatment.
Nail Fungus - Information about treating nail fungus.
medications - Provigil®, Nuvigil®
Neulasta® - Medication to reduce the risk of chemotherapy-related infections.
Opana® - A very strong pain reliever similar to morphine.
Osteoarthritis of the knee - Information about viscosupplementation
Osteoporosis - Information on prevention and medication options used to treat osteoporosis.
OxyContin® - Pain medication
and Inflammation Medications - Celebrex®, Bextra® and NSAIDs
Prescription Narcotics - Prescription narcotics or opioids are medications that are used to treat severe pain.
Prescription Samples - Samples will often cost you more money, and possibly more problems in the long run.
Restasis - For the treatment of dry eyes
Rheumatic Arthritis - Information about treating rheumatoid arthritis
Medications - Cost-saving options (zolpidem and zaleplon) and alternatives to using sleep medications
Statins - Information about cholesterol lowering medications.
Synagis - Information about Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infection and Synagis.
For questions about your prescription medication benefits,
please call the number on the back of you member card, or the TTY line for people with hearing impairments at 711, a free service provided by the Public Utility Commission.