DOD + EXP Kroger Network Change Retention Campaign

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Kroger is leaving the TRICARE pharmacy network

Find a new pharmacy now to avoid higher costs1

Starting in 2023, your prescriptions may not be covered if filled at a Kroger pharmacy or any of its affiliates. If you fill your prescriptions at one of these pharmacies, you could pay a higher cost for your medication.

Don’t worry, you have plenty of options

To avoid any interruption in your treatment, transfer your prescriptions to a different pharmacy today.

 

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If you take long-term medication, you may be able to get up to a 90-day supply delivered right to your door.

Explore home delivery

 

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Log in or register to search for in-network pharmacies near you.

Find a pharmacy

 

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You may choose to fill your covered medications at a military pharmacy. Remember to check with your military pharmacy to see if they have your medication in stock.

Find a military pharmacy near you

 

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It’s easy to move a prescription

Here are three ways to make the switch:

  • To use home delivery through Express Scripts® Pharmacy, log in or register, then transfer eligible prescriptions with a few clicks.

  • Or call your new pharmacy and ask them to transfer your prescription.

  • You can also ask your doctor to contact your new pharmacy with your prescription information.

 
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Manage all your prescriptions on the go, in one place.

It's easy with the Express Scripts® app.

 

 

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1 TRICARE beneficiaries may file a claim for partial reimbursement when filling at a non-network pharmacy.