Prescription Drug Plan


August 24, 2016
Social Security Extra Help

Social Security Notice for Extra Help Review

If you’ve applied for and received “Extra Help” from Social Security, September is the month where some of you will be audited. Social Security doesn’t actually […]
September 6, 2016
Medicare ANOC

You Must Read Your Medicare ANOC (Annual Notice of Change)

If you have a Medicare Advantage plan or a Medicare Part D plan, it’s very important you read at least a portion of the Annual Notice […]
April 5, 2018

What If I Can’t Afford My Medicare Prescriptions?

It happens to all of us: Your doctor prescribes you a new prescription drug. Normally, doctors don’t really know the true cost of a medication at […]
April 10, 2018
PDP Formulary

How to Read a Medicare Part D Formulary

If you are covered by a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan – or you are considering the purchase of such a plan – it is […]
June 9, 2018
Medicare Donut Hole

What’s a Donut Hole, and How to Know Whether You’re in It!

If you get your prescription drug coverage through Medicare, then it is likely that you have heard the term “donut hole,” as it relates to these […]
June 16, 2018
Part D Tiers

Why Tiers Matter: Checking What Your Prescription Medications Will Cost You

If you’re enrolled in Medicare and you want to also have prescription drug coverage, then there are two ways that you can get it. One is […]
June 19, 2018
Medicare Prior Authorization

How Medicare Prior Authorization Works and Why It Is Necessary

Depending on what type of medical services you use, it may be necessary for you to obtain prior authorization (PA) through your Medicare health plan before […]
June 26, 2018
Choosing a PDP plan

How Should I Choose a PDP Plan?

A Prescription Drug Plan (PDP) is also called Medicare Part D. It is optional and covers prescriptions only. If you opt to get a Medicare Advantage […]
August 30, 2018
Making the right Medicare Plan Choice

The Three C’s – Cost, Coverage, Choice – the Right Medicare Plan for You

Although the term “Medicare” is often used to refer to the health care program for those who are age 65 and over, what many people may […]