Asking your Medicare Part D prescription drug plan for reimbursement for non-network pharmacy purchases is similar to asking for a refund of overpaid premiums and copayments
The following is informat . . .
Yes, even though Medicare Advantage plans (MA or MAPD) usually have a service area for a specific county or ZIP code - and may not be as "portable" as a Medicare Supplement - you can travel with your . . .
You have a few options when you are unable to find a network pharmacy in your area.
First, since most Medicare Part D
prescription drug plans have between 50,000 to 60,000 participating pharmacies . . .