Original Medicare helps cover your Hospital (Part A) and Medical (Part B) services and supplies, however prescription drug coverage is not included.
Learn About Your Medicare Part D Plan Eligibility, Or Let Us Help With Your Enrollment
Medicare offers optional prescription drug coverage to everyone with Medicare. To qualify for Medicare Part D, you need to be eligible for Medicare Part A and/or Part B, and a resident of the PDP service area.
Important note: If you do not decide to get Medicare drug coverage when you are first eligible, you will likely pay a late enrollment penalty if you join later, unless you have an acceptable other creditable prescription drug coverage or you get Extra Help, described in more detail on Medicare.gov.
How Do I Sign Up Or Enroll In A Medicare Part D Plan?
You have a few options to sign up for Medicare Part D, including the Medicare.gov website, or calling Medicare. Another option is to call our licensed Medicare TeleAgents, who can answer your questions such as:
- What is Medicare Part D?
- What drugs are covered by Medicare Part D?
- How much does Medicare Part D cost?
- And any other Medicare-related questions you have
What Are Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (PDP or MAPD)?
Medicare drug plans 2021 are simple to quote online, however there may also be options for prescription drug coverage in your area through a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan.
These plans, sometimes called MAPD, offer a bundled approach by including Medicare Parts A & B coverage, as well as Part D prescription coverage in one plan.
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