If you want Medicare prescription drug coverage, you typically have two options:
Medicare Part D provides prescription drug coverage for Medicare enrollees. Part D plans are offered by private insurers, not the federal government.
Part D is optional coverage that works with many other forms of insurance, including Original Medicare, Medicaid, employer health plans and in some cases, Medicare Advantage plans.
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Each Part D prescription drug plan may have varying benefits, costs and rules.
To compare plans where you live, you can call to speak with a licensed insurance agent. You can also compare plans online for free.
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