Idaho Medicare Part D 2017 Plans


Plan Year: 2017   Change to 2016

Your Location: Idaho - 83701   Change

Before you apply to enroll in a SilverScript Medicare Part D plan in Idaho, remember to consider all of your options. Below you can find information on each SilverScript plan’s annual deductibles, monthly Medicare Part D premiums, and prescription drug costs. Find the plan that’s right for you and enroll now to get started.

SilverScript

Choice

Comprehensive coverage with low copays and premiums.

SilverScript

Plus

Provides additional benefits in the Coverage Gap plus lower copays.

Deductible
$0
$0
Monthly Premium
$33.80
$84.80

Copay savings opportunities1

16% savings on 90-day supplies with mail or retail pharmacies1
$0 copay on all Tier 1 drugs, plus more savings available with 90-day supplies1
Nationwide pharmacy access
24/7 customer support center
Expansive formulary of over 3,300 covered drugs
Added coverage in the Part D Coverage Gap (Donut Hole)
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1Save more than 16% on 90-day copayments for drugs in Tiers 1, 2, and 3 in the Initial Coverage Phase at all Choice network pharmacies or Plus Preferred pharmacies in 2017. Cost savings may be lower for those who receive Extra Help. The typical number of days after the mail order pharmacy receives an order to receive your shipment is up to 10 days. Enrollees have the option to sign up for automated mail order delivery. If your mail order drugs do not arrive within the estimated time frame please contact us toll-free at 1-866-235-5660, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. TTY users call 711. $0 copays for Tier 1 drugs in the Initial Coverage Phase obtained at a preferred pharmacy. Tier 1 may include generic and brand drugs.

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