Mail Order Pharmacy


Quartz Medicare Advantage (HMO) uses MedImpact Direct to give you the option of using mail order to receive your medications. A MedImpact Direct pharmacist reviews every prescription before it is sent to the pharmacy to be filled.

A MedImpact Direct pharmacist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency needs.

Medications are sent directly to your home. With MedImpact Direct Mail-order, you can:

  • Get three months of medications at one time. That means you only need to refill four times per year (not applicable to specialty medications). Plus, sometimes you can save money by ordering a three month supply.
  • Talk directly to a pharmacist.
  • Get your medications within 10 days of the date they receive your order.

If you don't receive your medicine within 10 days after they get the prescription, call the MedImpact Direct Mail-order Pharmacy at (855) 873-8739.

If you need a short-term supply or have other questions, please contact Quartz Medicare Advantage Customer Service.

For more information, you may call MedImpact Direct Mail-order Pharmacy at (855) 873-8739 (TTY dial 711). Available 7 am to 7 pm (CST) on Monday through Friday. 8 am to 4 pm (CST) on Saturday. Closed on Sunday.

You can learn more at: Medimpactdirect.com/GettingStarted (by clicking this link you will leave the Quartz Medicare Advantage website).

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From checkups to treating common illnesses, Primary Care Providers* (PCPs) take care of your routine health problems.

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Your Primary Care Provider leads your health care team, which may include doctors, nurses, specialists, therapists and other health caregivers.


Primary care includes –

- Helping you live a healthy lifestyle

- Helping prevent illness

- Helping maintain your health

- Counseling

- Coordination of care

- Patient education

- Finding and treating new or long-term illnesses in a range of health care settings


You are the most important person in your health care. Make sure your doctor understands you and that you understand what your doctor is saying.
Primary Care Providers may be trained in –
- Family Practice
- Family Practice with Obstetrics
- General Practice
- Geriatric Physician
- Internal Medicine Physician
- Pediatrics
- Other Primary Care Providers

There are other health caregivers such as nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) who also provide some primary care. This care includes annual exams, urgent care and follow-up of ongoing health care.

Only a Medical Doctor (MD), Doctor of Osteopathic (DO) and certain Nurse Practitioners (NP) can be listed as a Primary Care Provider on your ID card. These providers are listed as Primary Care Providers in Find A Doctor.
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