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2012 Tennessee Medicare Part D Plan Statistics*
CMS Region 12 includes (AL TN)
Statistic 2012 Change 12-11 2011 Change 11-10 2010
Total Number of Part D Drug Plans
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32 -2 34 -12 46
Nbr of Enhanced (EA) Plans 16 1 15 -8 23
Nbr of Basic (BA, DS, AE) Plans 16 -3 19 -4 23

Nbr of $0 Deductible Plans 15 1 14 -4 18
Lowest Premium for a $0 Ded. Plan $25.20 $-14.6 $39.80 $6.3 $33.50
Percent $0 Deductible Plans 47% 6% 41% 2% 39%

Nbr of Plans with a Premium < $25 1 0 1 -1 2
Percent Plans with a Premium < $25 3% 0% 3% -1% 4%

Lowest Cost PDP Plan (Premium)
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$15.10 $0.30 $14.80 $-7.20 $22.00
Highest Cost PDP Plan (Premium)
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$110.10 $0.10 $110.00 $9.30 $100.70
Average PDP Plan Premium (Cost) $53.25 $-0.78 $54.03 $9.86 $44.17
% Change in Avg. PDP Plan Costs -- -1% -- 22% --
Avg. Weighted PDP Plan Premium** $39.89 $0.24 $39.65 $3.85 $35.80
% Change Weighted Avg. PDP Costs** -- 1% -- 11% --

Number of PDP Plans with Any Gap Coverage in the Gap (Donut Hole) 8 -3 11 2 9
Percent of PDP Plans with Any Gap Coverage 25% -7% 32% 12% 20%
Lowest Cost Plan with Any Gap Coverage
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$63.80 $17.40 $46.40 $-14.10 $60.50

Total Beneficiaries with LIS 292,015 292,015
LIS Benchmark Premium $31.71 $-2.01 $33.72
Total Nbr of LIS Qualified Plans 12 1 11 2 9

Premium Changes for Persons Staying in their Current Plan View premium detail chart
Nbr of Plans with Premium Decrease 11 2 9 -6 15
Nbr of Plans with No Premium Change 4 3 1 -2 3
Nbr of Plans with Premium Increase 14 -10 24 -6 30
% of People with a Premium Increase 44% -32% 76% 5% 71%
Weighted Average Increase for People with a Premium Increase $3.98 $-4.94 $8.92 $4.82 $4.10
Note: *Stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (PDP)s only. Data for MA-PD plans not included. The data for the sanctioned Aetna plans is NOT included on this page.
**The plan premium weighted averages are calculated by multiplying the plan premium by the number of enrollees in the plan to give more "weight" to plans with more members.

: : Details of the 2012 CMS Standard Plan including cost sharing, LIS benchmarks, etc.

2012 Premium Changes for Persons Staying in their 2011 Plan
Premium Change Range Total number of Plans in this Change Range
$-29 to $-25 * * -- total: 2 plans
$-24 to $-20 0 plans
$-19 to $-15 0 plans
$-14 to $-10 * -- total: 1 plan
$-9 to $-5 * * -- total: 2 plans
$-4 to $0 * * * * * * * * * * -- total: 10 plans
$1 to $5 * * * * * * * * * -- total: 9 plans
$6 to $10 * * * -- total: 3 plans
$11 to $15 * -- total: 1 plan
$16 to $20 0 plans
$21 to $25 0 plans
$26 to $30 0 plans
$31 to $35 0 plans
$36 to $40 * -- total: 1 plan
            : : Click to see change details on a per plan basis

Details for the Min. and Max. Premium Plans in 2012
H/LStatePlan NamePrem.Ded.Gap CoverageBenefit Type
LowAL TNHumana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)$15.10$320.00No Gap CoverageBasic
HighAL TNHumana Complete (PDP)$110.10$0.00Many Generics and Some BrandsEnhanced
            : : Click to see 2012 Part D Plan details for Tennessee.
            The chart above shows the details of the least expensive and most expensive
            plans available for 2012.

Min. and Max. Premium Plans in 2011 and their change in 2012
H/LYearStatePlan NamePrem.Ded.Gap CoverageBenefit Type
Low2011AL TNHumana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)$14.80$310.00No Gap CoverageBasic
Low2012AL TNHumana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)$15.10$320.00No Gap CoverageBasic

High2011AL TNHumana Complete (PDP)$110.00$0.00Many Generics and Some BrandsEnhanced
High2012AL TNHumana Complete (PDP)$110.10$0.00Many Generics and Some BrandsEnhanced

            : : Click to see change details for all plans in Tennessee.
            The chart above details the least (and most) expensive plan in 2011 and
            plan features and costs should you stay in the same plan in 2012.

Gap Coverage Types and Minimum Premium for 2012 Part D Plans
2012 Gap Coverage Details
Gap Coverage TypeNbr.
Plans
Min.
Prem.
No Gap Coverage24$15.10
Few Generics1$63.80
Some Generics3$69.20
Many Generics2$74.90
Some Generics and Some Brands1$102.80
Many Generics and Some Brands1$110.10
2011 Gap Coverage Details
Gap Coverage TypeNbr.
Plans
Min.
Prem.
No Gap Coverage23$14.80
Few Generics3$46.40
Some Generics2$47.60
Many Generics3$62.40
Some Generics and Some Brands2$95.50
Many Generics and Some Brands1$110.00
               Notes: Click the Gap Coverage Type above to see plan details for 2012 Tennessee plans.


Gap coverage descriptions apply to formulary drugs only. The Healthcare Reform provides that for Plan Year 2012, ALL formulary generics will have at least a 14% discount and ALL brand drugs will have at least a 50% discount in the coverage gap. The Gap Coverage Types discussed in this section are in addition to the Healthcare Reform mandated discounts. The percentage of "Generic" and "Brand" drugs covered in the gap are each separately calculated and the following descriptions are used:
  • "All": 100% of formulary drugs of this type (generic or brand as noted) are covered through the gap. Ex: "All Generics". A label of "All Formulary Drugs" is applied for plans that cover 100% of "generic" and 100% of "brand" products (either by covering all formulary drug products in the gap or by having no initial coverage limit),
  • "Many": >=65% to <100% of formulary drugs of this type (generic or brand as noted) are covered through the gap. Ex: "Many Generics",
  • "Some": >=10% to <65 % of formulary drugs of this type (generic or brand as noted) are covered through the gap. Ex: "Some Generics",
  • "Few": >0% to <10% of formulary drugs of this type (generic or brand as noted) are covered through the gap (and must also be >15 products covered through the gap),
  • "No Gap Coverage": 0% of drugs are covered through the gap (or <=15 products covered through the gap).


2012 Tennessee $0 Premium LIS Qualified Part D Plans
2012 LIS Qualifying Plans
Plan NamePlan ID
Aetna CVS/pharmacy Prescription Drug Plan (PDP)S5810-046
CIGNA Medicare Rx Plan One (PDP)S5617-220
Community CCRx Basic (PDP)S5803-081
CVS Caremark Value (PDP)S5601-024
EnvisionRxPlus Silver (PDP)S7694-012
First Health Part D Premier (PDP)S5768-015
Health Net Orange Option 1 (PDP)S5678-030
HealthSpring Prescription Drug Plan -Reg12 (PDP)S5932-001
Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)S5884-106
Medco Medicare Prescription Plan - Value (PDP)S5660-114
United American - Select (PDP)S5755-083
Windsor Rx (PDP)S2505-001
2011 LIS Qualifying Plans
Plan NamePlan ID
Advantage Star Plan by RxAmerica (PDP)S5644-012
CIGNA Medicare Rx Plan One (PDP)S5617-220
Community CCRx Basic (PDP)S5803-081
CVS Caremark Value (PDP)S5601-024
EnvisionRxPlus Silver (PDP)S7694-012
Health Net Orange Option 1 (PDP)S5678-030
HealthSpring Prescription Drug Plan -Reg12 (PDP)S5932-001
Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)S5884-106
Medco Medicare Prescription Plan - Value (PDP)S5660-114
WellCare Classic (PDP)S5967-149
Windsor Rx (PDP)S2505-001
               Note: Click heading above to see details LIS qualifying plans in Tennessee.
               Please note, not all plans are available in every state.

List of National PDP Providers with Plans available in Tennessee
2012 National PDP Providers
Aetna Medicare
CIGNA Medicare Rx
Community CCRx PDP
EnvisionRx Plus
First Health Part D
HealthSpring Prescription Drug Plan
Humana Insurance Company
Medco Medicare Prescription Plan
SilverScript Insurance Company
UniCare
United American Insurance Company
UnitedHealthcare
2011 National PDP Providers
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
CIGNA Medicare Rx
EnvisionRx Plus
First Health Part D
HealthSpring Prescription Drug Plan
Humana Insurance Company
Medco Medicare Prescription Plan
RxAmerica
SilverScript Insurance Company
UniCare
United American Insurance Company
UnitedHealthcare
Universal American
               Note: Click heading above to see PDP plans and details for Tennessee.


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