Forms for our members
Here are some forms you may need to help you manage your health coverage.
Authorization for Release of Health Information – Standing: This form lets you choose someone you trust to have access to your health records. You can also decide how much of your personal health information you want that person to know. Don’t worry, if you don’t fill out this form, Priority Partners will continue to keep your health information protected and private.
Authorization for Release of Health Information – Specific Request: Like the “standing” version of this form, you can choose someone you trust to have “one-time” access to a specific part of your personal health information. Don’t worry, if you don’t fill out this form, Priority Partners will continue to keep your health information protected and private.
Pharmacy Compound Drug Prior Authorization Form: If your doctor is not able to substitute an ingredient in a medication or prescribe a different drug to you, they will need to fill out this form to request prior authorization for a compound drug.
Pharmacy Prescription Reimbursement Standard Claim Form: If you previously paid for prescriptions without using your Priority Partners insurance, you can fill out this form to start the reimbursement process. Note: Your request will be reviewed, and reimbursement is not guaranteed.
Pharmacy Prescription Reimbursement Secondary Claim Form: This form should be used ONLY if you are submitting claims for secondary prescription coverage. Note: Your request will be reviewed, and reimbursement is not guaranteed.
Pharmacy Prior Authorization Form: Drugs that are not listed in the formulary must be approved by your doctor before they can be filled at the pharmacy. Your doctor can request this drug by filling out a prior authorization request. Instructions on how to submit a request is on the provider site. Your prescribing doctor will need to tell us the medical reason why your Priority Partners plan should authorize coverage of your prescription drug.
Representation of Responsibility for Minor Child: If you are over 18 years old, filling out this form will give you the right to represent and make health care information-related decisions about a minor child who is 17 years old or younger. The adult representative can only be the minor’s parent, step-parent, legal guardian, or kinship caregiver.