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Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (also known as Medicare Part D) are plans offered by private insurance companies that provide coverage for prescription drugs. These plans are available to anyone who is eligible for Medicare and is enrolled in either Medicare Part A or Part B. It’s important to note that not all drugs are covered by these plans, so it’s important to carefully review the plan’s formulary to see which drugs are covered and which are not.

What Are The Costs Associated With Medicare Prescription Drug Plans?

The costs associated with Medicare Prescription Drug Plans can vary depending on the plan you choose. There is a monthly premium for these plans, as well as an annual deductible, which is the amount you must pay out of pocket before the plan begins to cover your medications. There are also copayments and coinsurance amounts that you may be responsible for, depending on the plan you choose and the specific medications you need.

How Can The Medicare Workshop Help You With Your Prescription Drug Coverage?

The Medicare Workshop can help you navigate the complex world of Medicare Prescription Drug Plans and find the plan that best fits your needs. Our experienced agents can help you understand the costs associated with these plans, as well as the drugs that are covered and any restrictions that may apply. We can also help you compare plans from different insurance companies and enroll in the plan of your choice.

What Else Should You Know About Medicare Prescription Drug Plans?

It’s important to remember that even if you don’t take any prescription medications now, it’s still a good idea to enroll in a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. If you don’t enroll in a plan when you’re first eligible, you may have to pay a penalty when you do enroll later. Additionally, it’s important to review your plan each year during the Annual Enrollment Period to make sure it still meets your needs and covers the medications you need at the lowest possible cost.

4 Simple Steps

We make medicare easy

Schedule Appointment

Set up your one-on-one consultation with us to start the very beginning of the Medicare process and figure out your next step


Medicare Breakdown

At our one-on-one appointment we breakdown everything you need to know about Medicare to understand how it works


Complete Enrollment

We will handle all the enrollment applications and paperwork in order to get you set up before your 65th birth month


Lifetime Billing & Claims Service

As long as you're using medical services that Medicare covers you can continue to use them for the rest of your lifetime.


Frequently Asked questions

What can we help with today?

Our services are 100% free! The insurance companies compensate us for helping educate you and assist in the enrollment process. Every Medicare Advantage company pays us the exact same, regardless which carrier it is. Medicare Supplements are % based and can be a few points different. No worries, we will always make sure you are put in the right plan regardless of compensation on Medicare Supplements.

When you work with us, we are going to make sure you understand Medicare top to bottom. You will be a Medicare expert by the time we are done signing you up, and most importantly you will be confident with your decision.

Yes! When you sign up with us you are gauranteed lifetime billing and claims service. If you have a question about your insurance, do not understand a claim, lost your card, or need any general help regarding Medicare we have you covered for the lifetime of your policy!

You become the most popular person on the planet when you are getting ready to turn 65! The truth is, every company wants your business. Medicare enrollments have become very profitable for insurance carriers and they harass you with mail in an attempt to get your business. We try out very best to balance marketing without overwhelming you.

A Broker is an insurance agent that represents multiple carriers and can assist you with more flexibility. A captive agent is an insurance agent that only represents one company and can only give you information on the carrier.

If you like to be signed up by an out of state agent who will hammer you over the head and never talk to you again, then yes. Otherwise, I strongly advise that you sign up with a local broker that understands that states plans best, and so that you can have a single point of contact any time there is an issue


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