Humana Walmart Prescription Rx Plan – Part D

Humana Walmart Prescription Rx Plan – Part D

Humana and Walmart have teamed up to offer seniors a Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP) with the lowest premium for a Medicare Part-D prescription drug card in the country.  The premium is only $18.50 a month.  Humana and Walmart can provide momentous savings on your prescription medicine costs.  This plan is available to most Medicare beneficiaries, including seniors and people with disabilities.  Humana is a stand-alone prescription drug plan with a Medicare contract. Other pharmacies are available in network.

“One of the primary goals of health care reform is to make health coverage more affordable – and that’s what we’re doing with the introduction of this low-cost Medicare Part D plan,” said William Fleming, PharmD, vice president of Humana Pharmacy Solutions. “People are more likely to take the medications prescribed for them when they can afford those medications. And adhering to prescription-drug regimens can enable people to be healthier and prevent future illness. At Humana, we believe that this prevention helps people live healthier lives and achieve lifelong well-being.”

This drug card makes a GREAT addition to an affordable Medicare Supplemental Insurance Policy.  Remember if you already have a Medicare Advantage plan, then it will probably already have your Part-D benefits included!

This drug plan covers more than 1500 generic drugs, it was designed with you -the senior in mind, to save you money. You will pay the lowest out-of-pocket when you fill your medications at a Walmart or Sam’s Club store.

There is a $320 Annual deductible for all drug tiers.

  • Tier 1 preferred generic medications are only one dollar co-pay for thirty-day supply at Walmart or Sam’s Club. Incredible as it may seem, if you use their preferred mail order provider “RightSourceRX”, your co-pay is “0″ for a 30 or 90 day order for Tier 1 & 2 generics.
  • Tier 2 is only $5 at the Preferred Retail Pharmacies, and $0 copay for mail order.
  • Tier 3 is 20% Coinsurance -Retail or Mail Order.
  • Tier 4 is 35% Coinsurance-Retail or Mail Order.

If you have general questions about Medicare prescription drug coverage, please call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227 ) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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  1. I don’t understand the big deal about the new hearing aid directive. Humana should be fighting for hearing aids to be covered by Medicare. Since we need the hearing aids as we age, it is insane for Medicare not to cover this. Why is AARP silent on this topic but make a big deal for over-the-counter ones. Just another way to take advantage of the aging population.

  2. My mother has Alzheimer’s and lives in an assisted living facility. She still receives some mail, including social security statements. She’s thrown away the tax statements twice now and I would like to just change the mailing address – not the deposits, not her residential address – as her POA so I can successfully prepare her taxes. How do I do this?

  3. 7 years on a Med Advantage plan (for several years was on United Healthcare, but have since switched to Aetna), and I’ve had virtually no problems, with perhaps the one exception of sometimes having to wait a bit extra for an appointment with my PCP. No problems at all when having to visit specialists. Super and I mean super low cost – in fact, virtually no cost to Advantage. Not arguing with this gentleman, but I’m fine with my plan.


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