Over 61 million Americans are enrolled in Medicare, and this number will only continue to rise as the Baby Boomer Generation joins the 65-and-over demographic.1
Medicare beneficiaries have two primary options for obtaining coverage for prescription drugs. The first is enrolling a Medicare Advantage plan that provides such a benefit. The second option is enrolling in a standalone Medicare Part D plan.
Medicare Part D plans provide prescription drug coverage for Medicare beneficiaries. Part D plans can work with many other forms of insurance, including Original Medicare (Part A and Part B).
Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Part D plans are both offered by private insurance companies. Plan availability varies from state to state.
Click on your state on the map or from the list above to find Medicare prescription drug coverage information and resources for your state.