Medicare Prescription Drug coverage – also known as Medicare Part D – provides individuals with the prescription drug coverage that fits their needs and budget.
Everyone with Medicare Parts A & B has the option to choose a Medicare Prescription Drug plan. To get Medicare Part D, you must join a plan run by a private insurance company approved by Medicare. Each Prescription Drug plan can vary in cost and drugs covered.
Only individuals who do not already have creditable prescription drug coverage and who do have Medicare Parts A and/or B can get Medicare Part D.
People who are eligible for Medicare who also have creditable prescription drug coverage can generally keep that coverage without a penalty; they can then decide to enroll in Medicare Prescription Drug plan at a later date.
However, if you do not have creditable prescription drug coverage and you do not get Medicare Part D when first eligible, you may be required to pay a late enrollment penalty once you do decide to get a Prescription Drug plan.
Here are some scenarios that may be considered creditable prescription drug coverage:
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