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
Within 2 weeks after your plan gets your completed application, you'll get a letter letting you know it got your information. Within 5 weeks, you should get a welcome package with your membership card. If you go to the pharmacy before your card arrives, you can use any of these as proof of membership:
If you don't have any of these items, your pharmacist may be able to get your drug plan information. You'll need to provide your Medicare Number or the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.
If your pharmacist can't get your drug plan information, you may have to pay out-of-pocket costs for your prescriptions. If you do, save your receipts and contact your plan to get your money back.