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Contact Information and Websites of Organizations for Medicare

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Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in Arizona

Medicare plans that include prescription drug coverage in Arizona (as in all states) typically include both brand-name and generic prescription drugs in their formularies. Generic drugs, according to the Food and Drug Administration, are safe copies of brand-name drugs that use similar active ingredients and offer similar results. The difference is that generic drugs typically cost less than brand-name drugs and result in lower out-of-pocket expenses for Medicare beneficiaries. In certain cases, the generic version of your brand-name prescription drug may not be available, but a similar generic drug that could work just as well for you may be covered. Be sure to discuss all such generic drug options with your doctor or health care provider.
Source: planprescriber.com

Arizona Medicare Advantage Plans

Beneficiaries looking for prescription drug coverage can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan in Arizona that includes this benefit. As mentioned, these plans are known as Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans (or MAPD plans). A Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan covers Medicare Part A, Part B, and Part D coverage under a single policy, which may be easier to manage and more cost-effective, depending on the plan. This is in contrast to Original Medicare, where you typically need to enroll in a separate Medicare Prescription Drug Plan for prescription coverage. Before enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan that includes prescription drug coverage, make sure that the medications you take are covered by the plan. You can do by checking the plan’s formulary, which is a list of covered drugs. Keep in mind that formularies may change at any time. Your plan will notify when necessary.
Source: ehealthmedicare.com

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