If you go to the Medicare website where they have the plan search there's one just for Part D plans. Every one of them will tell you if they cover your drug and even the prices for all of them charged by every different pharmacy in your area. You just have to type in the name of any drug you want. You can even find the alternatives they cover if they don't cover yours. It will compare all the plans side by side and even tell you the monthly cost of all the copays for your drugs during all 3 phases so you can plan for the donut hole, etc. Thats how most people new to Part D decide which plan they want to join, or during Open Enrollment every year if you want to change plans or check if your drugs are still covered or whenever you're prescribed a new drug. Very handy, easy to use tool.
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