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Medicare Part D Plan Options

Medicare Part D Plan Options


Newly Eligible for Medicare Part D? Get started

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period runs from October 15 – December 7. However, if youre newly eligible for a Medicare prescription drug plan, we can help.

Get FREE, Personalized Drug Plan Advice

We've teamed up with eHealth, an independent, fully licensed health insurance brokerage to help make Medicare Part D enrollment easier.1

  • Compare Medicare Part D plan quotes from more than 180 major carriers for FREE2
  • Find plans with the lowest out-of-pocket costs
  • Learn how much you'll pay if—or when—you enter Part D coverage gap

Call the licensed advisors of eHealth at 844-280-1945

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What to Have Ready Before You Call

  • Your red, white and blue Medicare card (if you're already covered by Medicare)
  • Medications you take (names and doses)

Important Questions to Ask Your Advisor

  • Are my current drugs on the plan's formulary?
  • Does my plan have a preferred pharmacy network?
  • Is my pharmacy included in the preferred network?
  • What will be the monthly cost?
  • Will I hit the coverage gap (donut hole) and if so, when?
  • What is the late enrollment penalty? Should I sign up now or wait?
  • Do I qualify for financial assistance such as Extra Help or low-income subsidies?

1 eHealth is a licensed insurance broker. No commissions are paid to Walgreens.

2 Applies to Medicare Part D Plans where Walgreens is a preferred pharmacy. Savings are not guaranteed. Walgreens does not endorse any particular Medicare Part D plan. Plan comparison results are for people eligible for Medicare and are for educational purposes. Walgreens does not make specific plan recommendations and encourages all people eligible for Medicare to consider medical and financial needs when selecting a Medicare Part D plan.