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Note: Your state of primary residence is where you pay state income tax and have your car registered. * This field is required.
If you don’t take any medications, should we just show you the five plans in your state with the lowest monthly premiums?
No, I want to see more than just the five least expensive plans.
Yes, I want to see only the five least expensive Part D plans.
Are you eligible for full Medicaid benefits or automatically qualify for "Extra Help"?
Note: If you answer "Yes", we will only display Medicare Part D plans qualifying for the $0 low-income premium subsidy (LIS). Did you get a letter from Medicare or the Social Security Administration (SSA) stating that you are either eligible or qualified for Extra Help for paying your Medicare Prescription Drug Plan costs? Not sure if you qualify for Extra-Help or the Low-Income Subsidy? Click here or call Social Security at 1-800-772-1213.
Do you wish to limit your search to plans under a specific monthly premium? If so, enter your maximum monthly premium below.
Note: Please enter a maximum premium amount that you wish to pay and we will show prescription drug plans with monthly premiums that fit your budget. Monthly Part D Premiums for 2010 range from $8 to $121 and vary state-to-state. Please remember that the monthly premium is only one component of your prescription drug plan costs. The next questions will also ask you about deductibles and cost sharing features.
Do you wish to limit your Medicare Part D plan search by the maximum initial deductible? If so, enter the maximum value below.
Note: The initial deductible is the portion of your Medicare Part D plan where you first pay 100% of your Medication costs prior to the beginning of your prescription drug coverage. Generally speaking, Part D plans with a larger deductible have a lower monthly premium; however this is not always true. The maximum deductible in 2010 is $310. You can type in "$0" if you want to only see Part D plans with no initial deductible.
Would you like us to display only the Medicare Part D prescription drug plans with a $0 Co-pay on Generics?
Note: Many Medicare Part D prescription drug plans offer incentives to use Generics or Tier 1 Formulary drugs. Medicare Part D beneficiaries who only use generic drugs may use this option to quickly find the most affordable Part D plans in their state. If you answer "Yes" to this question, we will show you only Part D plans which offer $0 co-payments on Tier 1 Formulary drugs.
Do you require some type of Donut Hole or Gap Coverage?
No Gap Coverage Required
Only Plans with No Gap Coverage
Plans With Some Gap Coverage
Many Generics and Few Brand (FL & WI)
Note: The Coverage Gap (also known as the Donut Hole) is the portion of your Medicare Part D plan when you are once again 100% responsible for your prescription medication costs. Some Part D plans offer varying types of coverage in the Donut Hole (or Gap Coverage). Medicare Part D plans with Gap Coverage tend to have much higher monthly premiums. However, in some cases, you may find that these plans are far more economical over the year, especially if you are taking more expensive generic medications.
Looking for a particular Medicare Part D plan?
Note: If you wish to limit your Part D plan search to a certain Part D plan provider or compare plans from two providers, then type one provider name in each box. For example, if you would like to compare the Medicare Part D plans from WellCare with those from AARP United HealthCare, then enter "Well" or "WellCare" in the Provider 1 box and "AARP" in the Provider 2 box.