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Frequently Asked Questions:

Who is Medicare Beneficiary?

An individual entitled to benefits under Medicare Part A, Part B, or both.

What is catastrophic coverage?

The stage of Medicare Part D coverage that begins after you reach your out-of-pocket limit. For the rest of the year, part D should pay more of your drug costs.

What is Drug Coverage Tier?

A way prescription drug plans categorize different medications according to the cost the patient will be expected to have.

What is Co-insurance?

The percentage of cost you will have to pay for a medical service or prescription drug coverage , after any relevant deductibles are paid. For example, you may pay 20%.

What is Co-pay?

Your share of the cost for medicare service or prescription that is a fexed amount. For example, you may pay $30.

What is Coverage Gap (Donut Hole)?

The Medicare Part D stage that begins once your total drug costs reach your initial coverage liit. From then on, you pay higher percentage of drug costs until you reach the plan’s catastriphic coveraeg stage.

What does Formulary mean?

List of medicines that your health insurance plan will cover or pay for.


Care in a hospital that requires admission as as inpatietn and usually requires an overnight stay.

What does Inital Coverage Limit mean?

The amount you and your plan haev spent before you reach the Coverage Gap (Donut Hole).

What is the Initial Coverag Phase?

The Medicare part D coverage stage that begins after you’ve reached the deductible, where you will only pay the plan’s co-pay for covered medications.

Low Income Subsidy (LIS or Extra Help)

A government program for eligible beneficiaries that helps pay for Medicare Part D prescription drug costs.

What is Medicare?

A federal government insurance plan that provides healthcare coverage options and drug benefits for people over 65 and younfer people with disabilities.

What is Medicare Advantage Plan?

A type of Medicare health plan offered by a private company that contracts with Medicare to provide you with all your Part A and Part B benefits. Also known as Medicare Part C.

What is Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)?

An insurance policy , sold by private companies, that can help pay some of the healthcare costs that Medicare Part A and Part B do not cover.

What is Medicare Part A?

The part of Medicare that covers hospitalization, including most inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facility, hospice, lab tests, surgery, and home health care.

What is Medicare Part B?

The part of Medicare that covers medical services, including most doctor’s and other providers’ services and outpatient care, preventitve care, durable medical equipment, hospital outpatient services,laboratory tests, X-rays, and mental healthcare.

What is Medicare Part C?

Not a seperate benefit. It is the part of Medicare policy that allows private health insurance companies to provide your Medicare benefits through what are called Medicare Advantage (MA) plans.

What is Medicare Part D?

A seperate coverage option that adds prescription drug coverage to your part A and B benefits.

Out-of-pocket (OOP) Costs

The share of Medicare prescription drug costs that you are responsible for paying.

What are Patient Assistance Foundations?

Independent charitable foundations that provide financial assistance to qualified patients who are unable to afford their co-pay costs.

State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs (SPAPs)

State programs that coordinate with Medicare’s Part D drug benefit to help their residents pay for prescription drugs. Read More.

What are Patient Assistance Foundations?

Independent charitable foundations that provide financial assistance to qualified patients who are unable to afford their co-pay costs.

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