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Medicare Part D - Prescription Drug Coverage


If you have Medicare Parts A and/or B, then you are likely familiar with the Medicare program. Part D plans, another part of the program, help cover your prescription drug costs and can be purchased in addition to original Medicare or by themselves. Medicare-approved private insurers, offer Medicare Part D plans– so costs and covered drugs vary from plan to plan.

Medicare Part D works with a Medicare supplement insurance plan, or on its own. You can also get Part D benefits through some Part C plans.

Each Year, Part D Pays:

Each Year, Part D Pays:

  • Covered prescriptions included on the formulary (a list of covered drugs based on the plan selected)
  • Varying shares of other covered prescription costs until you reach the coverage gap
  • Most of the other covered prescription costs after you are out of the coverage gap
Each Year, You Pay:

Each Year, You Pay:

  • Monthly premium
  • Varying shares of covered prescription costs, until you reach the coverage gap
  • Varying shares of the cost of generic and brand name drugs while in the coverage gap
  • Low or zero copays or coinsurance for prescription drug costs, after you are out of the coverage gap

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We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.