Part D Estimated Costs

We often get asked about specific drug costs for Medicare Part D, so we composed a data table for you to see. This table simulates a formulary and estimates the cost of refilling individual prescriptions. It includes the following:

  • Both brand name and generic drugs — organized by type — for prevalent chronic conditions in the United States.

  • The corresponding cost of refilling a prescription for that drug (after meeting the deductible) for the cheapest PDP and MA plans.

  • The retail cost, without medical insurance.

You can use the table to compare the savings from PDP and MA plans. 

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The Extra Help Program

You may be able to get extra help to pay for the monthly premiums, annual deductibles, and co-payments related to the Medicare Prescription Drug program. However, you must be enrolled in a Medicare Prescription Drug plan to get this extra help.

You should could be eligible for Extra Help if:

  • You have Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and/or Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance); and

  • You live in one of the 50 States or the District of Columbia; and

  • Your combined savings, investments, and real estate are not worth more than $29,160, if you are married and living with your spouse, or $14,610 if you are not currently married or not living with your spouse. (Do NOT count your home, vehicles, personal possessions, life insurance, burial plots, irrevocable burial contracts or back payments from Social Security or SSI.) If you have more than those amounts, you may not qualify for the extra help. However, you can still enroll in an approved Medicare prescription drug plan for coverage.

Our agents are more than willing to help you with this process, however if you would like to apply on your own, please make your selection below.

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