Over-the-Counter Benefits

Save time and money on Over-the-Counter supplies.

Receive $25 every month in over the counter (OTC) drugs and supplies with your Vibra Health Plan1. That’s a savings of $300 over the course of a year2!

View the 2021 Over-the-Counter Catalog

OTC items may only be purchased for the enrollee. It is prohibited to purchase supplies for family members, and friends. The following supplies are not covered as they are non-eligible supplies. Alternative medicines (includes botanicals, herbals, probiotics, homeopathic, and neutraceuticals), baby supplies, contraceptives, convenience and comfort supplies (insoles, gloves, etc.), cosmetics, food products or supplements, replacement and attachments such as contact lens containers or batteries. To minimize mailing costs the plan may impose a limited ordering quantity per purchase. This list is subject to change. This benefit is only available if your plan offers the OTC service as a benefit. Please consult with your doctor before using any OTC products. All OTC supplies are generic comparable of brand item. Any branded item may be substituted for its generic comparable based on availability. All items are shipped based on manufacturer availability. All items may not be available all the time. If generic item is not acceptable, plan will not ship brand name item. For all people who have diabetes (insulin and non-insulin users) supplies to monitor your blood glucose: blood glucose monitor, blood glucose test strips, lancet devices and lancets, and glucose-control solutions for checking the accuracy of test strips and monitors are available through the Plan Mail-Order service by calling Customer Service. Authorization and/or a prescription may be required from a physician.

Please allow seven to ten business days to receive your order from the time the order is placed.

1This information is not a complete description of benefits. Call 1.800.990.4201 (TTY: 711) for more information.

2 Based on a 12-month enrollment.

Limitations and restrictions may apply. Benefits may change on January 1 of each year.

Updated October 1, 2021