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|The doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies having contracts with an insurance plan to provide care to the plan's members. It is necessary to use your Part D prescription drug plan's network of pharmacies to save money on your drugs.
|network retail pharmacy|
|A network retail pharmacy is a pharmacy that's part of a group of pharmacies chosen by a prescription drug plan to provide pharmacy care to its members at a lower cost.
|Non-formulary drugs are prescription drugs that aren't included on a prescription drug plan's formulary - or list of approved drugs.
|non-preferred brand-name drugs|
|A non-preferred brand-name drug is a prescription medication that is covered by a prescription drug plan, but will cost a member more than a preferred brand-named drug. A non-preferred brand-name drug is in a higher cost formulary tier than a preferred brand-name drug.
|The termination of the insurance contract by electing not to renew the policy at the anniversary date.