Niaspan 500MG ER, Niaspan 750MG ER, and Niaspan1000 ER are all
cost-sharing Tier 3 medications on the 2011 Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx
These medications would have a cost-sharing of a 20% co-insuirance
(you pay 20% and the plan pays 80% of the negotiated retail drug price)
- if purchased the drugs at a preferred pharmacy such as Walmart, Sam's
Club or RightSource.
If you purchased these drugs at other
Humana network pharmacies (like CVS), your cost-sharing would
increase to 37% co-insurance (you pay 37% and the plan pays 63% of the
negotiated retail drug price).
(Here is a link to more information on the differences in cost sharing between Preferred and Network pharmacies: https://q1medicare.com/q1group/FAQ.php?faq_id=490&category_id=120&parent_id=120
Remember that this Medicare Part D plan has a $310 deductible
that must be met before you receive the Medicare Part D plans cost sharing.
The 2011 Humana formulary is designed for individual states (or CMS Regions) and this answer is based on a Humana formulary in Flordia
. Please be sure to check the formulary in your state
for any variations.
(Choose your state from this list to find a formulary in your state: https://q1medicare.com/PartD-Medicare-PartD-Overview-by-State.php
Here is a link to the 2011 Florida Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan formulary: https://q1medicare.com/2011/content/includes/pdpPlanMaterials/Humana-2011_Walmart-PreferredFormulary_11.pdf
For more information, you can use our Formulary Browser (www.FormularyBrowser.com
) to review the most current formulary or drug list from any Medicare prescription drug plan.