Make sure your Prescription Drug Plan fits your changing needs.
For many beneficiaries, after you first enroll in a private Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plan you may not think about it again. If you’re happy with the benefits, you might ignore the Open Enrollment Period (Oct 15th – Dec 7th) and continue with the same plan for years.
Plan details can change each year, and of course, your health needs and budget may change over time. Switching prescription drug plans annually could pay off. Read our blog on what switching plans really entails (insert link to blog). Over time, you may end up paying more than you should be for your Medicare health coverage and you might be getting less.
The plan you originally chose may not be the best plan for the future you. Taking a second look each year is always recommended.
Medicare eligible beneficiaries could save an average of $218 a year in prescription drugs by switching to a more cost-effective Prescription Drug Plan.
Less than 11% of Medicare eligible beneficiaries surveyed were enrolled in the lowest priced Prescription Drug Plan available in their service area
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