Part D & Prescription


Part D allows Medicare beneficiaries to simply pay a co-payment or a fraction of the prescriptions' costs. You will have a separate insurance card specifically for Part D in addition to your Medicare insurance card. Medicare also tracks the total out-of-pocket costs you are spending each year. You are eligible if you have Medicare Part A or Part B and live in the service area for the plan.

What is Part D?

Part D, also known as Prescription Drug Plan, is a plan managed by a private carrier that covers your medication needs, which Original Medicare does not cover on its own. There are two options for Part D:
   Standalone plan with Original Medicare only
   Combined plan with Medicare Advantage


You can receive services anywhere that accepts Medicare.


You are responsible for the costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, and there is no maximum out of pocket limit.
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