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What questions should I ask of a Part D prescription drug plan?
Medicare Part D, the prescription drug benefit, is the part of Medicare that covers most outpatient prescription drugs. Part D is offered through private companies either as a stand-alone prescription drug plan (PDP), for those enrolled in Original Medicare, or a set of benefits included with your Medicare Advantage Plan.
You should make sure to find a Part D plan that meets your specific health care needs. Before you start looking at plans, gather a list of the prescriptions you take, including their dosages and usual costs, and the pharmacies you regularly use.
Here are some questions you should ask before choosing a Part D plan:
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