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Choosing a Medicare Part D prescription plan is easier when you know what to look for.
Express Scripts Medicare (PDP) has three plans to choose from – Saver, Value and Choice – with a range of premiums, drug coverage, preferred pharmacies and more.
Get total yearly cost estimates based on where you live, the drugs you take and the pharmacies you use.
Look for a plan that covers your drugs.
Make sure you have network pharmacies near you, including preferred pharmacies you know.
Ensure you have 24/7 access to professionals who support you.
With Express Scripts Medicare, you get more than just a standard Part D plan. You'll have:
Just because a plan has a low premium doesn’t mean it offers you better value. Always consider the total yearly cost of each plan, which includes the:
Important: Even if you (or someone you care for) are currently enrolled in a plan that provides Medicare prescription drug coverage, it’s always a good idea to reevaluate whether that plan still offers the greatest value based on changing drug needs.
Each year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services rates Medicare Part D plans on how well they perform in different categories, including customer service, patient safety, and member experience and satisfaction. View Star Ratings Report.
If your parent or someone you care for is joining a Medicare Part D plan, we can help you make an informed decision. Use our online tools to compare plans and enroll. Or speak with one of our Express Scripts Medicare advisors, who are specially trained in Medicare Part D benefits.
It's easy to get started. Just provide answers to these questions:
Which drugs does the person take?
Make a list including strength (for example, 10 mg) and dosage (for example, twice daily). For an Express Scripts member with non-Part D coverage, provide the member ID number, and we’ll look up the drugs.
What is the person’s Medicare ID number?
The person must be eligible for Medicare Part A and/or be enrolled in Part B.
Does the person qualify for
This could affect premium, deductible and copayment amounts.
For more details about Medicare Part D, see About Part D or Common questions. You can also call Medicare at 1.800.MEDICARE (1.800.633.4227), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. TTY users, call 1.877.486.2048.