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.
Or you can also visit www.medicare.gov.

108 Comments

  1. Cannot believe you are trying to rip seniors off for 2020 by increasing monthly drug coverage premium from $28.50 a month to over $59.00 a month. You should be ashamed of yourself. We will be looking elsewhere for sure

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    • Definitely I will start looking for other quotes

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    • It’s simple what happened. The Humana Walmart plan used to be the cheapest plan (premium wise). And the cheapest for those who only take a few generic drugs. What happened is this, competition, there are other plans now with sub $20 (as low as 13.20) monthly premiums. So what does Humana do? they “rename” the Humana Walmart plan and increase the premium to over $50 a month. BUT they “create” a new Humana Walmart plan which is only $13 a month or so. What a “good” company would do is automatically put people who are in the Walmart plan now into the supposedly new Walmart plan. And say “hey look, you are now saving $10 a month or more”. But instead they rename the current plan, don’t tell people they have the $13 plan and hope most will not bother checking and will just pay the $50+. Which a LOT will probably do (by the way you should go to the medicare.gov site EVERY YEAR and enter your drug list, these plans and your prescriptions can change every year). Pretty much you will lose about $500 a year per person if you do nothing ($1000 a year if there are two of you).

      Summing up, check medicare.gov every year, you can compare plans, prices etc AND can sign up there, much easier than calling the company. While Humana DID “create” a “new” plan for ~$13 (which is pretty much the same as the one you already have) the fact that they don’t tell you and automatically renew you in the “premier” plan which costs more than double, really 4X as much since you can get the $13 plan ($13 compared to $50+) I myself would choose another company, don’t want to support a company that backdoors seniors like this, borders on fraud IMO.

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  2. this latest premium increase, over 100
    %, is another nail in the elderly persons coffin. when is it going to stop.

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    • My increase is 122%. Ridiculous and no better coverage. Humana got greedy – must be run by democratic communists. No reason for this crap which hurts Senior Citizens living on social security with MAYBE a 1.6% increase. They are trying to force people into their Medicare Advantage Plan which includes RX. Greedy to the core and hell with people.

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    • We cannot believe that you are doing this to my husband and myself. How can you more than double our premiums. Shame on you for treating senior citizens like this!!! !

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  3. This web site is a lie. Just received my statement for Part D Medicare from Humana for 2020. Premium goes from $28.50 to $59 a month! I agree – this is rip off!

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    • I will be canceling my Medicare drug plan with Humana. The 120+% increase is unacceptable.

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  4. The increase is crazy and I have never had a single prescription

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  5. Unreal..I just got my notice that my monthly premium will go from 29.60 to 58.00. This is outrageous. One of my meds I can get for free at my local Publix..the other is 18.00 for 3 months worth..I’m seriously thinking about cancelling. $696.00 yearly is horrible.when I can go back to Publix and my meds for 72.00 with not paying a monthly premium to anyone. Humana should be ashamed of itself for taking advantage of Seniors.

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  6. I also was shocked! My coverage costs more than my drugs. Bye, bye Humana.

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  7. Screw Humana. I just signed up with Sam’s Club and will be paying $22 a month for my 5 prescriptions. I would be paying $63 a month starting in January with Humana (including the $53 premium in my state).

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  8. I agree with Carol, it must be run by democratic[demorat]communist.

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  9. Drilling down thru menu options on Humana’s website shows a new 2020 Humana/Walmart Value Rx (PDP) prescription plan option for under $14 per month. They are crooked to have sent a policy change notice via USPS changing my policy name from Humana Walmart RX Plan (PDP) to Humana Premier Rx Plan with a monthly premium increase of over $40 per month beginning January 1, 2020!

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  10. Im leaving Humana because of this price gouge

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  11. Like others who have posted above, my premium went from $26.10 per month to $54.50 per month….a 100%+ increase. Shame on Humana and i love the individuals who have developed this site.

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  12. Get the Wal-Mart preferred plan. $13.20 per month. By the way the plan going to $59 now has more drugs that are free, so do the detail work before lambasting Humana.

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  13. I WOULD SAVE MY MONEY AND USE THE GOOD RX CARD IF I EVER NEED A PRESCRIPTION!!

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  14. Ditto to all the above – we are hard-working retired small businessowners who never had 401K’s, pension plans or even just health insurance paid for – we have been on our own with no help and no complaints to try to stay aboveboard as we aged…but this doubling of our prescription premium is unconscionable – not just because we never come close to using it, thankfully, but because we still pay in fear of something catastrophic and wanting to be responsible for ourselves…not a scab on society…perhaps we should move to Central America or elsewhere and come in to this country either legally or illegally and get health care coverage guaranteed to us…we are outraged, heartbroken and getting poorer every year for working our tails off all our lives…shame on you in public life for fighting over inane things and penalizing all of us who made this country great – we would all like to have your health care for sure…PLEASE…hoping someone reads this – the desperation of so many senior citzens is undeniable…we are deserving of better from you all…

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  15. FYI- Blue cross has a $42.50 a month plan that looks ok.

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