Yes. A Medicare beneficiary can use a Special Enrollment Period to join a Medicare Part D plan or Medicare Advantage plan if they lose or leave their employer's health plan (EGHP). A Medicare beneficiary also will be granted an SEP to leave their Medicare plan and join an EGHP.
In general, "creditable" prescription drug coverage is considered by Medicare to be "as generous as, or more generous than" (or at least as good as) standard Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage . . .
Probably not. Most people are not able to have both an employer health plan that includes prescription coverage and a separate Medicare Part D prescription drug plan.
In fact, if you have prescript . . .
In general, "creditable" prescription drug coverage is at
least as good as basic Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage or is
expected to pay on average as much as the standard Medicare prescrip . . .
If you have drug coverage through an employer or union and will also get the extra help paying for your drug costs, talk to your employer/union or the benefits administrator of your employer or u . . .
Employer or Union Retiree or health care plans, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is defined as:
Health plans that give health coverage to employees, former employees, . . .