Medicare Part D - Enroll On Time Or Get Penalized!

Three ways to avoid the late enrollment penalty for Part D
(Prescription Drug Plan) 

  1. Join a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan when you are first eligible for Part D.

  2. Do NOT go 63 days or more in a row without a Medicare drug plan or other creditable drug coverage.
    Note: Your existing plan must tell you each year if your drug coverage is creditable coverage. They may send you this information in a letter, in a newsletter, or other piece of correspondence. Keep this information because you may need it if you join a Medicare drug plan later.

  3. Tell your Medicare drug plan about any drug coverage you had if they ask about it.
    Note: When you join a Medicare drug plan, the plan will send you a letter if it believes you went 63 days or more in a row without other creditable drug coverage. The letter will include a form asking about any drug coverage you had. Complete the form and return it to your drug plan by the deadline in the letter. If you don't tell the plan about your creditable drug coverage in a timely fashion, you may have to pay a monthly penalty.

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