Part D Prescription Drug Plans for Contra Costa County Residents on Medicare
Click here for Part D Prescription Drug Plans chart.
Click here to learn about comparing drug plans.
Stand-alone prescription drug plans (see chart below) are normally for those who do not enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan. That includes those who elect to use Original Medicare, with or without a Medigap Policy. Plans must conform to standards set forth by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services but are sold by private insurance companies.
Remember, every year during Open Enrollment (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7) you can change stand-alone prescription drug plans or Medicare Advantage plans for the following year as well as enroll in one for the first time. If you do not enroll in a Part D plan on a timely basis and do not have other creditable drug coverage you may be subject to a late enrollment penalty.
For those with low incomes and resources, Extra Help is available for your Part D. Click here to learn more about Extra Help.
Click here for information about using the Medicare Plan Finder tool to compare stand-alone prescription drug plans and prescription drug coverage in Medicare Advantage plans.
Stand-alone Prescription Drug Plans chart
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How can I choose the best drug coverage for my needs?
You can determine the optimal coverage for you by using the Medicare.gov Plan Finder tool. With it you can determine the coverage and costs for stand-alone prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage based on your specific needs. Please see our instructions on using Plan Finder.