You enter the Medicare Part D Donut Hole when the retail cost of your formulary drug purchases exceeds your plan's Initial Coverage Limit (ICL) and you exit the Coverage Gap or Donut Hole when your ou . . .
After you spend a certain amount of money on your prescription drugs during the year (for example, over $6,350 out-of-pocket in 2020), you will meet your Medicare Part D prescription drug plan's out-o . . .