May, 26 2023 — Yes. If you have Veterans Administration (VA) drug coverage, you can also join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) or Medicare Advantage plan that includes drug coverage (MAPD) - and . . .
Jul, 09 2023 — As long as you still qualify, most likely you can keep your TRICARE, VA, or FEHBP prescription drug coverage.
Contact your benefits administrator or your insurer for information about your TRICARE, . . .
Aug, 07 2023 — Your TRICARE coverage can work together with a Medicare Part D plan (as does VA coverage).
If you are now entitled to TRICARE, your coverage will not change when you become eligible for a Medicare . . .
Aug, 19 2023 — Joining a Medicare drug plan is always your choice. You are not required to join a Medicare drug plan; it is optional.
If you have CHAMPVA and you join a Medicare prescription drug plan, Medicare . . .
Aug, 19 2023 — Yes. You are permitted to disenroll from
your Medicare Part D plan or Medicare Advantage plan during the Annual Open Enrollment Period (AEP) -- October 15th through December 7th -- or outside the AEP . . .
Sep, 01 2022 — TRICARE provides health benefits for the military.
As noted in the Medicare & You Handbook:
[TRICARE is a] health care plan for active-duty service members, military retirees, and their famili . . .
Jul, 09 2023 — To find more information on TRICARE, visit tricare.mil, or call the TRICARE Pharmacy Program at 1-877-363-1303. TTY users should call 1-877-540‑6261.
You can also use the TRICARE website at:& . . .
Apr, 15 2023 — You are probably not being charged for Medicare Part D IRMAA, but rather only Medicare Part
Income-Related Monthly Adjustments Amounts (IRMAA) are additional amounts of money charged
to . . .
Jul, 12 2023 — As noted in the Medicare & You Handbook:
If you have Medicare Part A (hospital and in-patient coverage) and TRICARE (insurance for active-duty military, military retirees, and their famili . . .
May, 05 2023 — Yes. If you have VA coverage (that is, prescription drug coverage as part of Veterans Administration benefits), then you may not need Medicare Part D coverage. However, if you find that th . . .