North Carolina Medicare Part D Plans
You have 43 2014 Medicare Part D Plans available to you in North Carolina. 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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Medicare Part D Plans in North Carolina Under the Affordable Care Act Law
To learn more about Medicare Prescription Drug Plans sold in North Carolina under the new Affordable Care Act law, and explore how a Part D Plan can help you afford your prescription drugs, be sure to read through our Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan information pages. We do our best to keep all of our information current so that you can get the most from your new ObamaCare benefits.
Medicare Supplemental Insurance and Prescription Medication Medicare Benefits in North Carolina
Remember, even with the recent healthcare reform changes, Medicare only covers 80% of your Part A (hospital) and Part B (doctor) bills in North Carolina. As a result, even a short inpatient hospital stay can cost you a bundle. To protect yourself and your family from high healthcare costs, from injury or illness, you can’t rely on your Original Medicare benefits alone. That’s why we publish a complete database of Medigap Plans available to seniors in North Carolina. Medicare supplemental insurance is regulated by your state board of insurance, not ObamaCare. Supplemental insurance is completely compatible with all Part D drug plans.