West Virginia Medicare Part D Plans
There are 48 Medicare Prescription Drug Plans available to West Virginia seniors in 2014. Don’t select a Part D prescription drug plan until you know that your drugs are covered. This information is available in the plan formulary, which also specifies the co-payment information.
If your prescriptions are expensive, you may hit the Medicare Part D donut hole. The new healthcare law closes the gap gradually over the new few years, but it’s still with us in 2014. That means it’s still very important to compare the costs of your medications before you choose a plan.
2014 Medicare Open Enrollment Starts October 15th and Ends December 7th!
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Medicare Part D Plans in West Virginia Under the Affordable Care Act Law
If you are new to purchasing ObamaCare approved Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in West Virginia, 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 West Virginia, 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.
West Virginia Supplemental Medicare Insurance and Part D Plan Medicare Benefits
Remember, even with the recent healthcare reform changes, Medicare only covers 80% of your Part A (hospital) and Part B (doctor) bills in West Virginia. 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 West Virginia. Medicare supplemental insurance is regulated by your state board of insurance, not ObamaCare. Supplemental insurance is completely compatible with all Part D drug plans.