Health & Prescription
Bowling Green State University offers two health insurance options that are self-funded and administered by Medical Mutual of Ohio. The prescription drug benefit is included as part of both health insurance options and is administered by CVS/Caremark.
The Medical Mutual of Ohio website offers many tools to assist you with reviewing claims, checking your deductibles, locating providers, and reviewing all the options available under the plans to assist you. You can even print a temporary ID card and order a new one. You can also contact Medical Mutual of Ohio at 1-800-382-5729.
If the spouse of a benefit eligible BGSU employee is employed
full-time (outside of BGSU) and their employer pays 70% or more of the
total premium cost for their coverage, the spouse must be on their
employer's plan to be eligible for secondary coverage through BGSU.
Any employee requesting to cover a spouse on the BGSU
healthcare/prescription coverage must complete the appropriate spousal
certification form below when the spouse is newly added to the plan,
and annually during Open Enrollment. Please review the selection
criteria below to determine the appropriate form based on your
spouse's employment status. If your spouse is employed full-time
outside of BGSU, your spouse and their employer's HR Department must
also complete and sign portions of the form. Once the form has been
completed by you, your spouse, and your spouse's HR Department (and
the FINISH button has been selected), the form will be complete for
consideration by BGSU Human Resources.
Note: Once you have completed the entry on the form, make sure to click 'Finish".
Fill this form out if your spouse fits the following description.
- Spouse is employed full-time (not at BGSU)
Please note: To complete this form, you will need your
spouse's email address, and the email address of your spouse's
employer's Human Resources Department. This form
needs to be completed by you, your spouse, and your spouse's
employer and received by the Office of Human Resources prior to the
deadline to be accepted as complete.
Fill this form out if your spouse fits one of the following description(s):
- Spouse is retired
- Spouse is unemployed
- Spouse is self-employed
- Spouse is a BGSU employee
Spouse is employed part-time
The BGSU Health Plan A is a traditional PPO plan through Medical Mutual of Ohio. The information regarding this plan can be found in the links below. Also included with this plan is Prescription Coverage administered by CVS/Caremark. For more information regarding the Prescription Coverage, please review the Prescription tab.
The BGSU Health Plan B is a High Deductible Health Plan through Medical Mutual of Ohio. The information regarding this plan can be found in the links below. Also included with this plan is Prescription Coverage administered by CVS/Caremark. For more information regarding the Prescription Coverage, please review the Prescription tab.
The CVS/Caremark secure website and Mobile App can assist you to:
- Refill and renew mail service prescriptions for yourself and family members
- ID unknown pills with the pill identifier
- Check for potential drug interactions among medications
- Check order status and view your prescription history
- Check drug coverage and cost under your plan
- Find local pharmacies in your plan's network
If you prefer to speak to someone, you can reach CVS/Caremark directly at 1-888-202-1654.
For a 90-day supply of maintenance prescription medications, these can be dispensed in three different locations under our plan.
- Falcon Health Center Pharmacy
- CVS/Caremark Home Delivery
- CVS Local Pharmacy (any location)
The CVS/Caremark Primary/Preferred Drug List is a guide within select therapeutic categories for plan members and health care providers. Generics should be considered first. If there is no generic available, there may be more than one brand-name medicine to treat a condition. These preferred brand-name medicines are listed to help identify products that are clinically appropriate and cost-effective. Generics listed in the therapeutic categories are for representational purposes only. This is not an all-inclusive list. This list represents brand products in CAPS and generic products in lowercase italics.
Preferred Drug List - January 2017
We encourage you to take the Preferred Drug List with you to your physician to discuss your prescription choices.
For additional information, please review the data in the links
- Prescription Plan A
2017 ACA Preventive Drug Listing (Plan B
2017 Medications requiring prior