PacificSource Medicare offers Medication Therapy Management services to eligible Medicare Part D members. Through our MTM program, we have identified specially trained Pharmacists throughout our service area to work with you and your doctor to help you get the best results from your medications while keeping out-of-pocket costs down. By using an MTM Pharmacist, you can get the extra attention you need to keep your medications on the right track.
The PacificSource Medicare MTM program uses an opt-out enrollment method. If you are eligible for MTM services, you will automatically be enrolled and receive an introductory letter from PacificSource Medicare. We will enroll you in the MTM program if you meet all the following criteria:
Chronic Heart Failure (CHF)
Chronic / Disabling Mental Health Conditions
Chronic Lung Disorders
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Chronic Alcohol and Other Drug Dependence
Severe Hematologic Disorders
Eligible PacificSource Medicare members will receive the following important services at no additional cost:
Written Medication Summary
You will receive a written summary of the medication information you talked about with the pharmacist either at the end of your in-person review or in the mail.
Quarterly Targeted Medication Reviews (TMRs)
Every quarter, if your MTM pharmacist notices any new drug therapy problems or improvements that can be made to the medicines you take, they may contact you or your provider to talk about it.
Getting started is easy and is at no cost to you
MTM program enrollment is automatic. Simply watch for the program welcome letter sent to you or accept the telephonic offer to schedule an in person or telephonic review.
If you have questions, please contact PacificSource Medicare Customer Service
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Where can I find an MTM Pharmacist?
Are all pharmacists in the PacificSource Medicare network also MTM Pharmacists?
What if I do not want to be enrolled in the MTM program?
Can I use my regular pharmacy and still visit an MTM Pharmacist too?
Will I pay additional costs for using an MTM Pharmacist?
Can an MTM Pharmacist save me money?
Will my doctor know if I need to make any changes to my prescriptions?
Will I be required to use an MTM Pharmacist?
Medication Action Plan: This is a blank version of the form that your pharmacist, or other healthcare provider, may use to document recommended changes to your current medication regimen.
Personal Medication List: This is a blank version of the form that your pharmacist, or other healthcare provider, may use to document all of the medications you are currently taking.
In general, beneficiaries must use network pharmacies to access their prescription drug benefit, except under non-routine circumstances. Quantity limitations and restrictions may apply. The Formulary and pharmacy network may change at any time. You will receive notice when necessary.