Medicare Part D prescription drug plans (or PDPs) provide insurance coverage for your prescription drugs. Medicare Part D is a voluntary program, separate from your Medicare Part A (Hospitalization) and Medicare Part B (Doctors and Out Patient assistance). Medicare Part D is regulated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and implemented by private insurance companies. If you decide to enroll in a Medicare Part D plan, you will find that, like any insurance, you pay a monthly premium. The monthly premiums for a Medicare Part D PDP can range from only a few dollars up to over 100 dollars. When you enroll in a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, you should find that your prescription medication costs are reduced. The amount of savings depends on the Medicare Part D plan you select. If you wish to learn more, you can click on this link to compare Medicare Part D plans in Nebraska. Please consult with the pharmacy for additional information or assistance with selecting the best plan based on drug use.
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