Yes. Although, Medicare Part D drug plans must continue to cover a medication dropped from the plan’s formulary until the end of the plan year for anyone using the particular medication, Medicare allows several exceptions when a drug plan can drop a formulary drug mid-year.
Medicare Part D prescription drug plans can change their plan formulary or drug list throughout the plan year - and you may find that new Part D drugs are added - or dropped - or formulary drugs may h . . .
Yes, if you are affected by the change. Your Medicare Part D plan must either provide you with a 60-day advance written notice of any changes to your formulary that might affect you or notify you at t . . .