About Medicare Part D: Prescription Drug Plans (PDP)

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) does not include prescription drug coverage. That’s why Medicare Part D plans are a good idea if you have prescriptions to fill regularly or if you just want help covering medication costs. Our PDPs in Arizona and Texas feature copays as low as $1 for generic drugs.

A Part D plan is not your only option for prescription drug coverage. Our Medicare Advantage plans also cover prescription drugs and more.

Learn more about our Medicare Advantage plans >

Do you need assistance paying for prescription drugs (Medicare Part D)?

The government offers prescription drug assistance for people with low incomes with a program called Extra Help. Find out if you qualify for Extra Help, which covers prescription drug deductibles, premiums and copays.

If we don’t offer a Medicare PDP in your state, learn more about the other Medicare plans we offer.

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