Medicare: Landscape of Local Plans State-by-State Breakdown

older couple walking and talkingThe Landscape of Local Plans lists all plans available in your area,
providing important information on:

  • Cost (premiums, deductibles and payments)
  • Coverage (important issues around what and how drugs are covered)
  • Convenience (pharmacy and mail-order options)

The Landscape provides information about the two different ways you can get
your Medicare drug coverage:

  • Stand-alone Prescription Drug Plans that offer drug coverage
    only.
    You can add drug coverage to the Original Medicare plan and some
    Medicare Advantage and other Medicare Health Plans through a “stand alone”
    prescription drug plan (PDP).
  • Medicare Advantage or other Health Plans with Prescription Drug
    Coverage.
    You can get drug coverage and the rest of your Medicare
    coverage through a Medicare Advantage (MA) or other health plan, like an HMO or
    PPO, which typically provides more benefits at a significantly lower cost
    through a network of doctors and hospitals. [Please note, a dash in the
    “Beneficiary Drug Premium” column means that plan does not offer prescription
    drug coverage.].

State

Medicare Advantage (MA) Cost Plans and Demonstrations

Stand-Alone Prescription Drug Plan (PDP)
Organizations

Alabama
Alaska
American Samoa
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho

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