CareFirst BlueChoice Advantage POS
- CareFirst POS Plan Summary
- Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC)
- Pharmacy Benefits Summary – CVS Caremark (2021)
- Pharmacy Benefits Summary – CVS Caremark (2022)
- BlueVision and the Davis Vision Network
- Participating Pharmacy Locator Tool
CareFirst website exclusively for GU Faculty and staff
You now have access to a customized website for your Georgetown University CareFirst medical plans. Visit www.carefirst.com/georgetown to take advantage of member tools, videos, discounts, coaching and more!
No CareFirst Card? There’s an app for that!
You don’t need a physical ID card to seek services. Use the mobile app to get your member information on the go, or log in to the My Account section of CareFirst.com to print a verification of coverage. Don’t know your member ID? That’s okay too! You can register with My Account using your social security number, or call Member Services at 877-691-5856 to get it.
The CareFirst BlueChoice Advantage plan allows members the flexibility to choose a health care provider when and where treatment is needed. When care is received inside the CareFirst service area members will experience the lowest out of pocket costs when they visit a BlueChoice provider. Members still have the option to access a BlueCard PPO doctor, but will be subject to higher out of pocket expenses.
Members receiving care outside the CareFirst Service area will experience the lowest out of pocket costs by accessing a national BlueCard PPO provider. Members will still have the option to opt-out of this network at a higher out of pocket expense.
Finding a Doctor
The BlueChoice network is a local network of providers. To locate a medical provider, go to CareFirst’s online directory and look for providers in the “BlueChoice Advantage” network. You may also use this online directory to search for BlueCard PPO providers outside of the local area. Follow the instructions above, then click on the link for providers outside the Metro area.
Prescription Drug Plan
Participants in the CareFirst POS plan are enrolled in a prescription drug plan insured by CVS Caremark. You will receive two ID cards – one for medical services from CareFirst and one for prescription drug coverage from CVS Caremark. You can fill prescriptions at the more than 68,000 network pharmacies including independent and chain locations, or at a convenient CVS retail locations.
Find a participating network pharmacy using the CVS Caremark Pharmacy Locator. Participating pharmacies include CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Safeway, Giant, Harris Teeter and many more.
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