Maine Medicare Part D offers insurance coverage for prescription drugs. A person has the option of choosing a standalone Medicare Part D plan or get coverage for prescription drugs as a part of the Maine Medicare Advantage plan. Usually, when a person joins Maine Medicare Part D, he will have to pay a monthly premium to avail the facility.
Facts about Maine Medicare Part D
Prescription Drugs Covered by Maine Medicare Part D
Typically, this part of Maine Medicare offers coverage for all therapeutic prescription drugs, but the coverage may vary depending on the plan. Drugs, such as immunosuppressants, anti-cancer, antiretrovirals, anticonvulsants, anti-depressants and anti-psychotics are covered under Maine Medicare Part D. However, all these categories of drugs will not be available under a single plan. The plan may also offer coverage for generic drugs, making it more affordable, as the monthly premiums and possible copayments will reduce.
Joining Maine Medicare Part D
There is a joining period for enrolling for Maine Medicare. People can enroll for Part D 3 as follows:
If people are already enrolled in Maine Medicare Part D, they can make changes to their plan during a fixed period each year. This period begins from October 15 and ends on December 7. During this period, they can switch plans, opt for Medicare Part D or drop prescription drug coverage altogether.