Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D): Medicare offers prescription drug coverage (Part D) for everyone with Medicare. To get Medicare drug coverage, you must join a plan run by an insurance company or other private company approved by Medicare. Each plan can vary in cost and drugs covered. If you want Medicare drug coverage, you need to choose a plan that works with your health coverage. For more information: http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/10050.pdf page 63
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no, you only have to have EITHER Part A OR Part B to get Part D. You can get Part D if you only have Part A.
Anyone who has Medicare Part B.
You can get prescription drug coverage (or Medicare Part D) through Medicare ... If, at any point, you drop Medicare Part D and have a break in coverage, restrictions will apply.
Medicare part D is a prescription drug coverage insurance that is a part of your medicare insurance if you qualify. It can be applied for at the medicare.gov website.
2006 when part D when into play. medicare advance is part C of medicare
No. Prescriptions are covered by Medicare Part D.
Medicare Part A (HIB) covers hospitalizations. Medicare Part B (SMIB) covers services by physicians, surgeons, labs, etc. Medicare Part D covers pharmacy items.
Medicare does not require you to have Part D; however, your private insurer might have other ideas.
No, you only have EITHER Part A of Medicare OR Part B of Medicare to get Part D. It is not necessary to have both parts to get D. This is completely incorrect according to the Social Security Adm. (This is where you have to sign up for Medicare). I was told this information 9-24-10.
Medicare part D works in conjunction with parts A and B and covers prescription medications. As medications are ridiculously expensive, this is an important part of medicare.
VA coverage would not bar you from getting Medicare Part D.