Minnesota Medicare Part D Plans

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Learn about Medicare Part D in Minnesota

In the state of Minnesota, Medicare beneficiaries can receive prescription drug coverage through a number of different options, including enrollment in a stand-alone Medicare Part D plan. Medicare Part D plans, also known as Prescription Drug Plans or PDPs, are private insurance plans that offer coverage on eligible medication costs to Medicare beneficiaries of Minnesota.

Minnesota Medicare beneficiaries can sign up for a Medicare Part D plan in addition to their Original Medicare coverage, Medicare Supplement (Medigap) policy, or certain types of Medicare Advantage plans that offer only health coverage.

Statistics on Minnesota Medicare Part D Plans

Medicare Part D plan availability and costs vary by state. Here are some statistics on the availability of stand-alone Medicare PDPs in the state of Minnesota:

Additionally, here are some statistics on Minnesota residents enrolled in a stand-alone Medicare Part D plan:

Minnesota RxConnect and Senior LinkAge Line

Almost 775,000 residents are eligible for Minnesota Medicare Part D and there were 17 organizations in Minnesota offering prescription drug plans (PDPs) in 2012. RxConnect is a state sponsored program managed by the Senior LinkAge Line offering objective information about prescription drug plan costs. This service is not limited to people who are seniors and the staff is knowledgeable on all different types of prescription plans. Some services that this hotline offer include help understanding health plan benefits, Medicare prescription drug coverage, and how to use websites to compare different plan prices.

Compare Minnesota Medicare Part D Plans

You should consider comparing all available stand-alone Part D plan options in Minnesota because the availability and cost of a Medicare Part D plan varies depending on the state and county in which you live.

In addition, each Medicare Part D plan provider in Minnesota can decide which drugs cover and under which tier to cover them. This means that cost that a Minnesota Medicare beneficiary pays for prescription drugs under one Medicare Part D plan may be complete different from an individual who also lives in Minnesota, takes the same medications, but is enrolled in a different Medicare PDP. It is important to consider your individual prescription drug needs when selecting a stand-alone Medicare Part D plan.

To start comparing Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans in Minnesota today, enter your zip code above for a customized list of plans available in your area. You can also enter in the medications you take to further tailor your plan listings and estimated costs.

Data provided by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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