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Guide to Medicare Part D: What is Medicare Prescripton Drug Coverage?

This page is part of our Guide to Medicare Part D. Medicare prescription drug coverage is a new, voluntary benefit under the Medicare program. The Medicare prescription drug coverage program is sometimes called "Part D." Part D benefits will be provided by private insurance companies. There are approximately 48 Part D plans to choose from in Kentucky. more...

Guide to Medicare Part D: What Part D Plans Are Available In Kentucky?

This page is part of our Guide to Medicare Part D. To learn about the Part D plans in your area: The Medicare website has a breakdown of Part D plans in Kentucky. Call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) to get a list of the specific plans in Kentucky. TTY: 1-877-486-2048 (for the hearing impaired). more...

Guide to Medicare Part D: Where Do I Go For Help With Part D?

This page is part of our Guide to Medicare Part D. For more information on Part D: more...

Guide to Medicare Part D: Who Is Eligible For Part D Coverage?

This page is part of our Guide to Medicare Part D. Anyone entitled to Medicare Part A (whether actually enrolled or not) or anyone currently enrolled in Medicare Part B (may join to get help paying for prescription drugs). If you qualify for Medicaid, the government automatically enrolls you in a Medicare Part D plan, through which you will receive prescription drug coverage. For example, If you have a Medicare card, you are eligible for Part D. more...

Guide to Medicare Part D: Will Part D Pay For All Of My Prescriptions?

This page is part of our Guide to Medicare Part D. Not necessarily.Each plan covers only the drugs that are included on its "formulary," which means its list of covered drugs.In addition, certain types of drugs are not covered by Part D, including: more...

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