Medicare Part D, or the prescription drug benefit, is a requirement of Medicare eligible beneficiaries. There are generally 2 ways to receive this type of plan. You can get a stand-along prescription drug card through a private insurance carrier or you can get coverage that is bundled into a Medicare Advantage plan (or Part C).
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