Presley General Insurance Agency
Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage
Did you know that Original Medicare doesn’t cover the cost of prescription medications? Most people choose to supplement their healthcare coverage through a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Part D prescription coverage plan.
How to Get Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage
There are two ways you can get the drug coverage you need:
Medicare Drug Plans
Part D plans add prescription drug coverage to your Original Medicare or private Medicare services. To qualify to sign up for a separate Part D plan, you must have Medicare Part A and/ or Medicare Part B.
Medicare Advantage Plans
Signing up for a Part C Medicare plan often gives you access to prescription drug coverage. This plan includes Part A, Part B, and Part C in one Advantage plan.
Keep in mind that skipping drug coverage when you are first eligible means that you might pay a late enrollment penalty if you join a Part D plan later.
What Medicare plan fits your unique needs?
Your Options for Prescription Coverage
Talk to a Licensed insurance agent to learn how prescription drug coverage works with your other Medicare plans. For example, certain Medicare Advantage Plans could be disenrolled if you join a separate drug plan. It’s important to consider all coverage options before changing your current coverage or signing up for a new plan. If you have questions, contact our experienced team to find the right coverage for your needs.
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Our mini-course is sent to you via email in an easy-to-understand video format that you can watch from the comfort of your own home. You’ll learn all of the basic elements of Medicare and get answers to the most common questions.
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