Medicare Part D Articles

Medicare Part D: How Is It Funded?

The Medicare Part D prescription drug program is available to all 58 million Americans currently on Medicare, including seniors 65 and over as well as those under age 65 with disabilities or certain conditions that qualify them for Medicare coverage.... Read more

Can I Delay Medicare Part D Enrollment?

If you’re approaching Medicare eligibility, especially if you’re in good health, you probably have questions about just how much health-care coverage you really need. For many people, enrollment in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) happens... Read more

Comparing Medicare Part D Plans

Every Medicare beneficiary has access to at least one stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan in 2018, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This means that you, like most other Medicare beneficiaries, will have dozens... Read more

When Can I Sign up for Medicare Part D?

Medicare Part D is prescription drug coverage, as you may know. You might decide you need this coverage, but when can you get it? We'll fill you in on when and how to enroll in Medicare Part D. Why sign up for Medicare Part D? Medicare Part D is optional... Read more

Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage from an Employer

When they turn 65, many people are automatically enrolled in Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, which generally doesn't include prescription drug coverage. If you're covered by an employer or union plan that includes prescription drug coverage, you may be... Read more

Medicare Medication Therapy Management Programs

Many Medicare beneficiaries take more than one medication to treat several health conditions. It can get understandably confusing and difficult to keep track of all your prescription drugs. If you have more than one chronic condition and take multiple... Read more

Enrolling Medicare Part D

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) doesn’t include coverage for most prescription drugs you take at home. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who regularly take prescription drugs, you might have to pay out of pocket for your medications unless... Read more

Tips for Lowering Your Out-of-Pocket Drug Costs

The first way to lower your out-of-pocket prescription drug costs may be to get a Medicare prescription drug plan. If you don’t have a prescription drug plan you may be paying 100% of your prescription drug costs out-of-pocket, as Medicare Part A and Part B... Read more

What if the Pharmacy Doesn’t Fill Medicare-Covered Prescription Drugs?

You may have a Medicare plan that includes prescription drug coverage. However, there may be times when a pharmacy can't fill your prescription drugs. Here are some reasons why pharmacies won't fill Medicare-covered prescription drugs and your options for... Read more

Is Medicare Part D Part of Medicare Advantage?

If you’ve been introduced to Medicare, you know that Medicare likes to separate out parts of your health care coverage and name these parts according to letters from the alphabet. Medicare Part A is hospital insurance. Medicare Part B is medical insurance.... Read more




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