What drug plans cover
Medication Therapy Management programs for complex health needs
Drug plan coverage rules
Using your drug plan for the first time
Filling a prescription without your new plan card
Costs for Medicare drug coverage
Monthly premium for drug plans
Yearly deductible for drug plans
Copayment/coinsurance in drug plans
Costs in the coverage gap
Part D late enrollment penalty
You can drop your Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D) during the Open Enrollment Period. You don't have to join a new plan.
The Open Enrollment Period is between October 15–December 7 each year. The change goes into effect January 1 of the following year
To disenroll from a Medicare drug plan during Open Enrollment, you can do one of these:
How can I find contact information for my plan?
Generally, you can find your plan's contact information on your plan membership card. Or, you can get your plan's contact information from a Personalized Search (under General Search), or search by plan name.
Can I drop my Medicare drug plan outside the Open Enrollment Period?
You can't drop your Medicare drug plan outside the Open Enrollment Period unless you meet certain special circumstances.
Can I rejoin a Medicare drug plan?
u can rejoin a Medicare drug plan in the future. But, if you go 63 days or more in a row without other creditable prescription drug coverage: