Get the Best Part D Drug Plan for Your Specific List of Medications
Do you want to know who has the best Medicare Part D drug plan in Minnesota? There are over 60 different drug plans available. Each Part D drug plan can have a different cost for each drug. The Part D Plan with the very best rates for your prescriptions is ……? Use the quote box to list your prescriptions and we will find the top Medicare plans that have the lowest out-of-pocket costs for your drug list.
Three Reasons to Check your Part D Prescription Plan each year.
- Our service to you is FREE! You never pay extra for our service, and you know you are getting the very best rate. Click the following link to read how we get paid: https://ltcadv.com/how-do-we-get-paid/
- Whether you have a Medicare Advantage plans and or a Medicare Supplement, the Part D drug benefits should be reviewed every year to see if the formulary is changing for the coming year.
- Our analysis can even provide information on which pharmacies in your area have the most competitive costs
We have saved thousands of dollars for our clients by helping them find the right Part D drug plan. Part D Medicare plans can and do change each year. Don’t get left holding the bag.
FREE Prescription Drug Plan Lookup
Late Enrollment Penalty
Did you know Medicare will penalize you if you don’t have credible prescription drug coverage? Medicare will assess a penalty for each month you go without creditable drug coverage. Once the penalty is assessed, you pay that surcharge for the rest of your life when enrolled in a Part D plan. We can help you avoid that dilemma.
CMS Implements Senior Savings Model (Insulin)
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the federal agency responsible for administering Medicare. Private insurance companies that offer “enhanced” Part D prescription drug plans have the option of joining the Senior Savings Model program and applying the $35 copay-cap per 30-day supply for insulins on their formulary. This 5-year pilot program began with plans starting January 1, 2021 and is continuously being evaluated by CMS.