Always enroll in Medicare Part D (Medicare Prescription Drug Plan) unless you have other Creditable Prescription Drug Coverage.
If you do not enroll in Medicare Part D when you are first eligible and go without creditable prescription drug coverage for 63 or more continuous days, you may have to pay the penalty if you decide to join later.
Two ways to enroll in Medicare Part D:
- If you are enrolled in Original Medicare, then join the stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (PDP)
- If you are enrolled in Medicare Advantage, be sure that prescription drug coverage is a part of the Medicare Advantage Plan
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Our recommendation is always to enroll in Medicare Part D unless you have other creditable coverage.
Contact our agency, or for free assistance give us a call at 877-657-7477, and you will be connected to a licensed agent/broker.