Part D Prescription Drug Plans

Prescription drug costs represent a major medical expense for many Medicare beneficiaries and disabled individuals, even with Medicare. That’s because conventional Medicare does not cover the cost of prescription drugs. Part D Prescription Drug Plans help keep the costs of prescription medications under control for Medicare recipients. Fidelis offers a variety of Part D Prescription Drug Plans for Medicare beneficiaries and other Medicare recipients in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

Medicare Prescription Drug Programs Defined

Part D Prescription Drug Plans are provided by private insurance companies approved by Medicare. As the name indicates, Part D Prescription Drug Plans are designed to cover the costs of prescription drugs rather than over-the-counter medications.

Policy Components

The main component of Part D covers some or all of the costs of prescription drugs. Both generic and name-brand drugs are included, although the costs of some drugs may not be completely covered. Part D Prescription Drug Plan patients who have limited income or financial resources may qualify for Extra Help, a program administered through the Social Security Administration to help pay for Part D coverage, and to reduce the hardship that can result from out-of-pocket prescription drug costs.

Medicare Prescription Drug Policy Providers

Fidelis works with a variety of Part D Prescription Drug Plan providers. This means we can offer unbiased advice to our clients who are seeking Part D coverage. Actual policy components vary according to the patient and the state he or she lives in. The list below shows the insurers offering Part D policies that we work with in each state:

New Mexico

Our Consultation Process

Fidelis agents work in collaboration with our clients to ensure that the Part D Prescription Drug Plans they choose cover the medications they need at the lowest possible price. Our agents are available for consultation in person, over the phone or via email. Our services don’t end once a policy has been selected. We check in periodically to ensure that polices are still a good fit – and to help in the selection of a new policy if needed.

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This is not a complete listing of plans available in your service area. For a complete listing, please contact 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/7 days a week or consult