Iowa Medicare Part D Plans
You have 44 2014 Medicare Part D Plans available to you in Iowa. Before enrolling in a Part D plan, it’s critical to verify that your medications are covered. You find this information, and the co-payment tiers, in the plan’s formulary.
The new healthcare law does not close the Medicare Part D donut hole in 2014. It will close gradually over the new few years. If you have regular prescriptions, be sure to compare prices on the medications you take before making a final decision.
2014 Medicare Open Enrollment Starts October 15th and Ends December 7th!
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Healthcare Reform & Medicare Drug Plans in Iowa
If you are new to purchasing ObamaCare approved Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in Iowa, or if you’d like to learn how they can help you afford your medications, be sure to read our Medicare Part D Plan FAQ information. In Iowa, ObamaCare regulates and closely monitors all Medicare Drug Plans. We do our best to make sure the information we publish is up-to-date and presented accurately.
Iowa Supplemental Medicare Insurance and Part D Plan Medicare Benefits
Medicare does not pay for all of your hospitalization and doctor bills. Even with the Affordable Care Act law in place, your Medicare only pays for about 80% of your health care costs in Iowa. To protect yourself from the high costs of an illness or injury that requires hopitalization, you need gap insurance (aka, Medigap). MedicareBenefits.us has a complete catalog of Medicare Supplement Plans for Iowa seniors with the tools you need to find the most affordable policy with the best coverage.