Fight the Flu Get Vaccinated

Prime, Flex, Select, Value Plus, and Focus DC plan members
(Value plan details are below)

What seasonal flu vaccines are covered* through the Vaccine Pharmacy Network?

  • Quadrivalent
  • Trivalent
  • Trivalent (high dose)
  • Intradermal
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about which vaccine is right for you. How do I get a flu shot?
  1. Get the shot at your Primary Care Provider’s office. (You may have to pay a copayment or coinsurance for the office visit, but there will be no cost for the flu shot.)
  2. Get the shot at a pharmacy that is participating in our Vaccine Pharmacy Network.

Which pharmacies are participating in the Vaccine Pharmacy Network?
Pharmacy chains participating in the Vaccine Pharmacy Network include Hannaford, Rite Aid, CVS (including former Target pharmacies), Shaw’s/Osco, Walgreens, and Walmart. Other pharmacies are also participating, including several independent pharmacies. If you do not see your pharmacy listed above, please call Member Services.

What if you go to a pharmacy that does not participate in the Vaccine Pharmacy Network?
If you get your flu shot at a pharmacy that is not in the Vaccine Pharmacy Network, it may still be covered by your Generations Advantage plan. You will have to pay the full cost up front at the pharmacy and submit a form to us for reimbursement. Download the reimbursement form HERE.

What if you receive your flu shot at a pharmacy and don’t show your member ID card?
If you don’t show your Generations Advantage member ID card when you get your flu shot, you’ll have to pay the full cost up front at the pharmacy. You can then submit a form to us for reimbursement. You can find information about the reimbursement form below.

What if your pharmacist has questions or trouble sending your flu shot claim?
If your pharmacist has problems sending your claim to us, he or she should call our Part D Pharmacy Help Desk at 1-800-364-6331 for assistance.

For more information you can also visit your plan page: Prime, FlexSelect, Value Plus, Focus DC

*Influenza (flu) vaccines are covered under your Medicare Part B benefit through Generations Advantage and costs do not count toward your Part D drug spend or out-of-pocket costs.

Value plan members

What vaccines are covered?

  • Intradermal
  • Trivalent
  • Trivalent (high dose)
  • Quadrivalent
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about which vaccine is right for you. How do I get a flu shot?
  1. At your Primary Care Provider’s office. There will be no cost for the vaccine, but you may still be charged a regular copayment for the office visit.
  2. At your local pharmacy. You will have to pay for the vaccine up front and then request a reimbursement from us. Download the reimbursement form HERE.

For more information you can also visit your plan page: Value

Have Questions? Call Us!