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Medicare Drug Plans Florida


Drug-Plans-FloridaFlorida seniors can choose from 22 different (stand-alone) Part D drug plans.  If you have Part D Medicare prescription drug coverage, here is some helpful information.

  1.  There are 22 Part D in Florida.
  2.  Premiums vary significantly.
  3.  The Lowest is $7.70-per-month.
  4.  Most expensive is $174.30-per-month.
  5.  2022 deductible can be $480.
  6.  $0 deductible plans are available.
  7.  No plans scored 5 stars.
  8.  Two (2) plans scored 4 stars.
  9.  A number of plans did score 3.5 stars.

Medicare Drug Plans in Florida Are Available From

  • Aetna Medicare
  • Cigna
  • ClearSpring
  • Elixir Insurance
  • Florida Blue
  • Humana
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • Wellcare
    Data for 2022 plans.  Subject to change. Several of these companies offer multiple plans in Florida.

Find The Best Drug Plan For You

Reasons to compare drug plans every year.

  • You may be able to save.
  • Plans can change coverage levels from year to year.
  • Newer plans may be available.
  • You may be taking new medications.
  • Plans with better Star Ratings may exist.
  • $0 deductible plans are available.

Use the Association’s free (and 100% private) online drug plan comparison tool to compare available plans.

Many independent Medicare insurance agents will run a comparison for you.  Use the Association’s online directory.  Simply enter your Zip Code and a listing of local agents will appear.  No personal data is required to access.

Valuable Medicare Plan Information

Read tips to find the best Medicare Part D plan coverage.

Medicare drug coverage helps pay for prescription drugs you need.  Drug coverage is optional and is offered to everyone with Medicare. Each plan can vary in cost and specific drugs covered.

OPEN ENROLLMENT OPPORTUNITY:  From October 15 – December 7 each year, you can join, switch, or drop a Medicare Part D plan. Your coverage will begin on January 1 (as long as the plan gets your request by December 7).

WHEN TO SIGN UP FOR PLAN D:  Even if you don’t take prescription drugs currently, you should consider getting Part D drug coverage.  If you decide not to get it when you’re first eligible, and you don’t have other creditable prescription drug coverage (like drug coverage from an employer or union) or get Extra Help, you’ll likely pay a late enrollment penalty if you join a plan later.   You will likely pay this penalty for as long as you have Medicare drug coverage.