The OptumRx mobile app helps members manage pharmacy benefits without walking into a pharmacy. Compare drug prices, view all your medications, and transfer eligible medications to home delivery. Users can also refill their home delivery prescriptions, check order status, set up automatic refills, and more.
Other features include:
• View member ID card
• Resolve home delivery order holds
• Manage account information
Search, compare and save.
With our easy-to-use tools, you'll get the info you need to find the right drug and pricing options for you.
Send medications right to your home.
You may be eligible for the convenience of Home Delivery, avoiding trips to the pharmacy to pick up your medications.
Manage your Medicine Cabinet anywhere.
Easily manage your medications and orders on any device- whether at home or on the go.
There are some things in life we depend on. Medication is often one of them.
We promise to deliver simple ways to get the medication you need.
We help you find the medications you need at the lowest price available to you.
Everything we do centers on getting you the medication you need, when you need it, your way.
We'll be here to guide you any time you need us with compassionate care and a simple experience.
* Ability to provide quick ratings
* Minor bug fixes and enhancements
Ratings and Reviews
The app on the mobile device
It is convenient however sometimes it’s very confusing I also think it should keep your first part of logging in permanent so that you don’t have to keep typing it and that you would only have to type in your password and then when you request medication if the doctor will not fill it by mail order then they should have the doctor notify the patient immediately and or have optimum RX notify the patient as well and then this way the patient can call the doctor and see about getting the medication that they need I hope that helps have a wonderful day plus it would be great if some medications you could just get immediately like if you go to the doctors and you’re sick and you need an antibiotic it will be great if your price and your terms would be honored at local pharmacies just my humble opinion but maybe it is and I’m on aware plus there isn’t a clear precise notification of just how many times patient may get this medication filled per month the quantity or if you put limitations and and then if there are limitations why are there limitations are they just your policy or are they a federal and state policy/law because if they are only your policy then in all actuality you are hindering the treatment process of every patient you deal with
Login broken rendering app useless and suspicious reviews
Ever since iOS 12, the app has become unusable. I decided to wait 2-3 weeks after the system release, before writing this critical review; in fairness to the developer giving them time to fix the log-in issue. Apple gives developers ample time (usually about 6 months) with their beta program to fix any issues before the launch of a new operating system, so it’s pretty shameful if your app has major issues on release date.
Considering this is an app that many people rely on for their health, it makes it all the more shameful. I have not been able to login to this app using the fingerprint scanner for weeks. It’s not a systemwide problem, as all my other apps with fingerprint security logins work fine. When the app works, it’s provides the pertinent information needed, however the user interface is not very intuitive, and sways away from most of Apple’s good practices design standards. It’s not accessible and does not take advantage of Apple’s system-wide text resizing, which is imperative for people with poor or low vision. We should expect more from a company which we choose to safeguard our health.
I couldn’t help but notice recent extraordinary amount of 5-star, one-sentence, generic reviews. Appears very suspicious. It’s possible these reviews were written are by positive individuals with little to say, or maybe they are fake reviews paid for by the developer, however that would violate Apple’s rules.
Developer Response ,
We value your feedback and we are sorry to hear about your experience. We have shared this with our technical support team. Please send us your contact information at ORxAppSupport@Optum.com and we will reach out to you.
Optum Rx Mail Order Pharmacy
Is a great way to avoid trips to drop off and pick up prescriptions and maintain authorize refills that my Doctors prescribe. They will also attempt to reach out to my Doctor when it's time to refill a prescription that doesn't have any refills left. The pharmacist can not fill a prescription without a doctor's order. And sometimes they need us to call our doctors to order more refills. And if our doctors don't supply the order then they are not able to fill it. But Optum Rx pharmacy keeps up with the time a refill is needed so that we don't run out of our maintenance medications, and that's a good thing. Local pharmacies don't. Most times they don't notify you when your prescriptions are ready for pick up. At least my doesn't. I have to call them to see if they have received an order from my doctors and when it will be ready for pick up. And even if the drug is an antibiotic or server pain medication I don't receive a call or text message to let me know that my prescription is ready. But using the mail order pharmacy is not a good choice for any prescriptions less than 3 months or 90 days. And my doctors usually will add 2 refills. So there you have it. Optum Rx is a very good choice for home delivery medications.
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- 38.1 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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