Part-D Plans that cover your Prescription Drugs
If you are enrolled in Original Medicare or a Medigap Plan and want to add drug coverage, beneficiaries can choose to enroll in a stand-alone prescription drug plan (PDP). Some of these plans offer lower drug costs for the prescription drugs you may need. Medicare Part-D Plans cover a variety of generic and brand-name prescription drugs. Every plan has a list of covered drugs, called a “formulary,” that can vary in cost and copays for individual drugs. Remember, you may pay a Part D late enrollment penalty if you don’t enroll in a Medicare drug plan when you first get Medicare or go 63 days or more without creditable drug coverage. This penalty increases the longer you wait to join a plan.
Select your prescription drugs below to find plans that cover your prescription drugs. Then, compare costs.
Change Drugs Starting Letter: