Medicare Part D Connecticut
In this post, we want to explain some things about Medicare Part D Connecticut. We want you to understand as much as possible about the coverage that is available to you. This way you can make an informed decision. In fact, Medicare Part D plans are Medicare drug plans offered by private insurance companies. Medicare offers these plans either on a stand alone basis or as part of a Medicare Advantage plan. Multiple insurance companies offer various part D plans. The plans range in monthly premiums from as little as $12 a month up to $140 a month in Connecticut. The Benefits (copays for drugs) also range greatly. The prices for drugs vary from pharmacy to pharmacy. You should make a list of all your medications and check which insurance plan includes the medication that you use.
Many people incorrectly think
That there is a Part D plan offered by the Government or Medicare. Medicare only established the guidelines of what the base part D benefit and premium should be. They do not have an actual Medicare Part D plan that a consumer can enroll in. This must be done with a private insurance company.
Members are eligible to enroll in a Part D Rx plan when they turn 65 or first become eligible for Medicare. They may also add, drop or make a change to an Rx plan every January during the Medicare Annual Election Period.
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