First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) By First Health Part D
First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) is a Enhanced Alternative Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (PART D) by First Health Part D. Stand-alone plans offer additional prescription drug coverage only and are an option if you are on Original Medicare insurance or you have a Medicare health plan that does not include Part D coverage. The First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan has a monthly drug premium of $56.20 and a $0.00 drug deductible.
2018 Medicare Prescription Supplement Plan Details
First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP)
|Provider:||First Health Part D|
|Monthly Drug Premium:||$56.20|
|Tiers with No Deductible:||0|
|Initial Coverage Limit:||$3750|
Deductible and Premium
The First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) plan has a monthly drug premium of $56.20 and a $0.00 drug deductible. This First Health Part D plan offers a $48.80 Part D Basic Premium that is not below the regional benchmark. This covers the basic prescription benefit only and does not cover enhanced drug benefits such as medical benefits or hospital benefits. The Part D Supplemental Premium is $7.40 this Premium covers any enhanced plan benefits offered by First Health Part D above and beyond the standard PDP benefits. This can include additional coverage in the gap, lower co-payments and coverage of non-Part D drugs. The Part D Total Premium is $56.20. The Part D Total Premium is the addition of the supplemental and basic premiums for some plans this amount can be lower due to negative basic or supplemental premiums.
Depending on your income level you may be eligible for full 75%, 50%, 25% premium assistance. The First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) medicare insurance plan offers a $25.60 premium obligation if you receive a full low-income subsidy (LIS) assistance. And the payment is $33.20 for 75% low income subsidy $40.90 for 50% and $48.50 for 25%.
|Part D Basic Premium:||$48.80|
|Benchmark:||not below the regional benchmark|
|Part D Supplemental Premium||$7.40|
|Benefit Type:||Enhanced Alternative|
|Total Part D Premium:||$56.20|
|$0 Premium with Full LIS:||No|
|Full LIS Premium:||$25.60|
|75% LIS Premium:||$33.20|
|50% LIS Premium:||$40.90|
|25% LIS Premium:||$48.50|
In 2018 once you and your plan provider have spent $3750 on covered drugs. (combined amount plus your deductible) You will be in the coverage gap. (AKA "donut hole") You will still receive a 65% discount on brand-name drugs and a 56% discount on generic drugs. Once you reach the coverage gap you will pay 35% of the plans cost for covered brand-name prescription drugs and 44% on generic drugs unless your plan offers additional coverage. This First Health Part D plan does offer additional coverage through the gap.
Ratings for First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) S5768
|2018 Overall Rating|
|Drug Plan Customer Service|
|Complaints and Changes in the Drug Plan|
|Member Experience with the Drug Plan|
|Drug Safety and Accuracy of Drug Pricing|
Member Experience with the Drug Plan
|Rating of Drug Plan|
|Getting Needed Prescription Drugs|
Drug Safety and Accuracy of Drug Pricing
|MPF Price Accuracy|
|Drug Adherence for Diabetes Medications|
|Drug Adherence for Hypertension (RAS antagonists)|
|Drug Adherence for Cholesterol (Statins)|
|MTM Program Completion Rate for CMR|
Ratings For Member Complaints and Changes in the Drug Plans Performance
|Complaints about the Drug Plan|
|Members Choosing to Leave the Plan|
|Drug Plan Quality Improvement|
First Health Part D Value Plus (PDP) Drug Plan Customer Service ratings
|Appeals Auto Forward|
|Call Center, TTY, Foreign Language|
Plans as of September 5, 2017.
Star Rating as of September 6, 2017.
For More Information on Ratings Please See the CMS Tech Notes Here.
Notes: Data are subject to change. All contracts for 2018 have been not finalized. For 2018, enhanced alternative plans may offer additional cost sharing reductions in the gap on a sub-set of the formulary drugs, beyond the standard Part
Includes 2018 approved contracts/plans. Employer sponsored 800 series plans and plans under sanction are excluded.