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How To Maximize Use Of Medicare Part D

How To Avoid Unnecessary Problems When Picking Up Drugs From A Pharmacy

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When you go to a pharmacy, bring your Medicare drug card. If you don't have a card, bring written documentation from the insurer and the insurer's contact information as well as your Medicare or Medicaid card and a photo ID. (If the problem can't be resolved, ask the pharmacist for a supply for a few days while the situation is being resolved. Medicare will reimburse pharmacists for up to 30 days' worth.

If you are going to switch plans try to do it during the first two weeks of the month.Signing up early in the month gives the plan time to issue your ID card and get your details into the pharmacy computer system before coverage starts on the first day of the following month.

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