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City of Omaha’s prescription drug list (PDL) is called PDL 20 – This PDL was designed to help you get the most from your pharmacy benefit coverage.

When your doctor prescribes a medication, you can check your PDL to ensure you are getting the best coverage under your health plan.

To see if your medications are covered, log in to and access MyPrime in the Tools and Resources tab.


Did you know generic drugs can save you 80% or more in costs?

Ask your doctor or pharmacist about less expensive generic or brand name options. To compare prescription costs, sign in at

Average out-of-pocket costs*:

Average generic prescription price is $8 and average brand name price is $59

Specialty Medications

AllianceRx Walgreens Prime®, is a specialty pharmacy that specialize in the medicines that treat your specialty condition. AllianceRx Walgreens Prime offers experienced, specialty-trained pharmacists and care coordinators who understand the complexities of your condition.

What is a specialty medicine? Specialty medicines are used to treat chronic, complex or rare conditions.

Specialty medicines may:
  • Be given by infusion (intravenously), injection or taken orally
  • Cost more than traditional medicines
  • Have special storage and handling requirements
  • Need to be taken on a strict schedule
Switch your pharmacy for your specialty medications

Call 877-627-6337 Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. CT. Please be ready with your: 

  • BCBSNE member ID number
  • Current pharmacy and prescription information
  • Doctor’s name, phone and fax numbers

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Save time and money on your 90-day supply of your maintenance prescriptions with AllianceRx Walgreens Prime.

Why switch?
  • Get 90-day supplies – you could have fewer copays
  • Enjoy free standard shipping, refill reminders and an auto-fill program
  • Save time – make fewer trips to the pharmacy
Sign up today!

Online and mobile – Log in to
Phone – Call 877-357-7463, 24/7 to create an account or to transfer your current prescriptions
Directly from your doctor – Talk to your doctor about faxing your prescription to 800-332-9581.



* Source: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska pharmacy data