Medicare Part D Plan Review

Get Your Free Prescription Drug Plan Comparison Report

Generate a custom online report that compares prescription drug plans in your area, including premiums, co-pays and deductibles. 2, 3

4 ways to enroll in Part D

  • Visit www.medicare.gov
  • Fill out the provider's enrollment form
  • Call the plan provider to enroll
  • Call 1-800-MEDICARE
    (1-800-633-4227)
Switch to save even more on Medicare Part D.

As low as $0 copays on select plans¹

Is your prescription drug plan right for you?

The Medicare Part D open enrollment period is now closed. However, you may still enroll if you're turning 65 (you're eligible within 3 months before and after your 65th birthday month), or if you've lost employer coverage, or have a qualifying disability.2 If you are eligible, Walgreens can help with a free custom online report that compares major Medicare Part D plans in your area—including monthly premiums, co-pays and deductibles.3,4

Comparing Medicare Part D and Part C

Prescription Drug Plan (Part D)

  • Covers only out-patient prescription drugs.
  • To enroll, you must have either Medicare Part A or Part B (or both).
  • Medicare Part D premiums are in addition to your Part A (if any) and/or Part B premiums.

Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C)

  • Two types: Medicare Advantage with prescription drug coverage (MA-PD) and Medicare Advantage without prescription drug coverage (MA) .
  • Combines your Part A (hospitalization) and Part B (doctor visits), and usually benefits like vision or dental. If you have a MA-PD plan, you also get prescription drug coverage.
  • You'll need to ensure that your preferred medications, pharmacies, doctors and hospitals are included in the plan.
  • To enroll, you must have both Medicare Parts A and B.
  • Provided by private insurance carriers.

How preferred pharmacies help you save

Pharmacies may charge different prescription copays based on your plan, drug and dosage. Preferred Network Pharmacies, or those that offer preferred cost-sharing, may be able to offer you lower copays. As a preferred pharmacy, Walgreens offers $0 copays on select Part D plans.1

Walgreens plan partners

There are many Medicare Part D plans to choose from, but Walgreens has preferred relationships with certain insurance providers.5 Here are just a few:

AARP - MedicareRx Plans. United Healthcare.
BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois
BlueCross BlueShield of Montana
BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico
BlueCross BlueShield of Oklahoma
BlueCross BlueShield of Texas
Cigna HealthSpring
EnvisionRx plus
Express Scripts Medicare(R) (PDP)
Horizon
Humana
Providence Health Plan
SilverScript
WellCare Health Plans

1 Applies to tier 1 generics.

2 People eligible for Medicare Part D can only enroll or switch plans during certain times of the year. If you're turning 65, losing employer coverage, retiring or disabled, you may be eligible to enroll now. Before you enroll or consider switching Part D plans, you should confirm that you are eligible for a Special Enrollment Period and review additional Medicare plan features and benefits which are important to consider when determining which plan best meets your needs.

3 Information provided by Walgreens is not a substitute for your own research concerning your health care, including Medicare prescription drug plans.

4 Plans are insured or covered by a Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract and/or a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor. Enrollment in the plan depends on the plan's contract renewal with Medicare. The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. For more information, contact the plan. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply. (Benefits, formulary, pharmacy network, provider network, premium and/or co-payments/co-insurance) may change on January 1 of each year. You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium.

5 This is not a complete listing of plans in your service area. For a complete listing please contact 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048). 24 hours a day/7 days a week or consult www.medicare.gov.