was covered by many Medicare Part D carriers in prior years, it is currently covered by
only a few Medicare Advantage plans (MAPD) and no prescription drug plans
Instead, Medicare plan providers are more readily covering
as a lower cost alternative.
You can use our Drug Finder
tool to compare the Medicare Part D plan coverage for
or any other medication.
Here are examples for:
Remember, if Zolpidem Tartrate
does not work for you and your Medicare plan does not cover
you can request a formulary exception
added to your formulary.
You will need support documentation from your prescribing
. If your request is approved, the medication will most likely added as a specialty tier drug.
If your request is denied, there are
5 levels of appeals
that your can go through to get coverage for your medication.