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What is a Preferred Pharmacy?

Preferred pharmacies are pharmacies in our network where we have negotiated lower cost-sharing on covered prescription drugs for members of the plan. That means certain costs that you pay out-of-pocket may be lower for covered drugs at a Medicare Part D preferred pharmacy than at a non-preferred pharmacy.

While non-preferred network pharmacies are still in the pharmacy network, they do not offer covered drugs at the same lower cost-sharing level as a Medicare preferred pharmacy. They still, however, allow members to get their prescription medications filled at a reduced cost, just as a network pharmacy does.

SilverScript’s pharmacy network includes a wide selection of preferred pharmacies across the country including many independent, community-based pharmacies, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and CVS/pharmacy stores.

Our network contains nearly 25,0001 preferred pharmacies.

1Internal SilverScript Insurance Company report, dated June 2013

Return to the Medicare FAQ section to view more answers to other commonly asked questions about Medicare prescription drug coverage.

SilverScript’s pharmacy network includes a wide selection of preferred pharmacies across the country including many independent, community-based pharmacies, Walmart and CVS/pharmacy stores.

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SilverScript Email Reminders

Sign up to get personalized enrollment reminders and Medicare Part D information about prescription drug plans right in your inbox:

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  • Other Important Medicare Part D Information

We don’t want you to forget about enrolling in a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan now that you’re turning 65. But even if you do, SilverScript will make sure to remind you that your Initial Enrollment Period begins three months before the month you turn 65, during your birthday month and continues up to three months after your birthday month.










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Use the Plan Advisor to help you choose the right plan. Begin by selecting the statement below that best describes what you want from your Medicare prescription drug plan. Based on the statement you choose, the Plan Advisor will highlight the recommended SilverScript plan so you may compare it to the remaining SilverScript plans.

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Thank you for using the Plan Advisor. Based on the statement you selected, the most appropriate SilverScript plan is highlighted based on your specific needs. The key differences highlighted by the Plan Advisor are intended only as a basic guideline. Because there are other factors to consider, please review each plan before deciding on the plan that’s right for you and your budget.

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