13 Prescription Benefits Prescription Benefits At-A-Glance (For Non-Medicare prescription drug coverage) When to Use Your Benefit: Where: Cost to You: Web Services: Kaiser Permanente Medical Center (Preferred) For immediate or short term prescriptions: Prescriptions can be filled at a Kaiser Permanente Medical Center. Please Note: Copays are lower when filled at a Kaiser Permanente Medical Center vs. a community network pharmacy. Up to a 30-day supply: •  $10 for generic. •  $20 for brand name drugs. •  $45 for non-preferred drugs. Up to a 90-day supply: •  $20 for generic. •  $40 for brand name drugs. •  $90 for non-preferred drugs. Community Based/ Network Pharmacy For immediate or short term prescriptions: Prescriptions can also be filled at community pharmacies such as: Giant®, Safeway®, Rite Aid®, Target®, Wal-Mart®, and K-Mart®. Please Note: Copays are higher when filled at a commu- nity network pharmacy. Up to a 30-day supply: •  $20 for generic. •  $35 for brand name drugs. •  $55 for non-preferred drugs. Up to a 90-day supply: •  $40 for generic. •  $70 for brand name drugs. •  $110 for non-preferred drugs. Mail Order Program (Preferred) For short term, maintenance and long term prescriptions: You can have prescriptions mailed right to your home through the Kaiser Permanente Mail order program. Up to a 90 day supply: •  $20 for generic. •  $40 for brand name drugs. •  $90 for non-preferred drugs. Members are able to order prescription refills online or check the status of a prescription refill for yourself or another member, and review a list of covered drugs though the members only section of the Kaiser Permanente web site, www.kp.org.