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Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP) is quickly approaching. Let us show you how to preview your MAPD or PDP drug costs for covered medications, so you can better manage your care in 2022.

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The coverage gap is a stage of your Medicare Part D coverage when you may temporarily pay more for your medications until you reach the next stage. We’ll help you learn how to manage your costs.
At CenterWell Pharmacy, we know the price of your prescriptions can be difficult to swallow. That’s why we’re dedicated to helping you save money on your medicine. Here are 5 ways to reduce the cost of your prescriptions.
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When a drug requires prior authorization, your health plan must approve coverage. This helps ensure your care is effective, safe and affordable. Learn more about prior authorization here.
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Our article helps explain Medicare Advantage prescription drug (MAPD) plans, and other prescription drug plans (PDPs), and how to know which is the right one for you.
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The Inflation Reduction Act limits out-of-pocket spending on insulin to $35 per month for Medicare beneficiaries. Learn more here.