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Blue MedicareRx (PDP)

Blue MedicareRx (PDP) plans are standalone Medicare Part D prescription drug plans (PDP) and are available to Medicare beneficiaries living in Massachusetts. We offer two plans to choose from: Blue MedicareRx Value Plus (PDP) and Blue MedicareRx Premier (PDP).

Blue MedicareRx Value Plus

Blue MedicareRx Premier

Monthly Premium

$33.30

$99.70

Key Features

  • $1 copay for 30-day supply of Tier 1 Preferred Generic drugs at a preferred network pharmacy or a 90-day supply through mail order service.

  • $0 annual deductible on Tier 1 Preferred Generic drugs and Tier 2 Non-preferred Generic drugs.

  • $0 annual deductible on all covered drugs.

  • Plan coverage of Tier 1 Preferred Generic drugs and Tier 2 Non-preferred Generic drugs through the Coverage Gap.

To learn more about Blue MedicareRx (PDP), or to learn if your medications are covered under the Blue MedicareRx (PDP) formulary View glossary definition., you can visit the Blue MedicareRx (PDP) website.

Some things to consider:

  • Part D is offered through standalone prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage Plans View glossary definition.. You may only have one Part D plan at a time

  • If you already have a Medicare Advantage plan with Part D coverage (Medicare HMO View glossary definition. Blue or Medicare PPO View glossary definition. Blue plans) you won't need to purchase a prescription drug plan

  • If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan and enroll in Blue MedicareRx, you will be automatically disenrolled from your Medicare Advantage plan

If you are eligible for and have not enrolled in any kind of Medicare Part D prescription plan, and you don't currently have creditable prescription coverage (that is a plan that covers at least as much as standard Medicare Part D prescription coverage), there are special rules for when you can join a Part D plan. The annual election period for Medicare Part D is from October 15 through December 7. In addition, there is another chance to join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. From January 1 through February 14, a member may disenroll from a Medicare Advantage plan and choose Original Medicare and a Part D plan.

If you do not enroll during the annual enrollment period or when you become eligible, your premium View glossary definition. cost may go up for every month that you wait to join or do not obtain coverage. This penalty View glossary definition. is imposed by the federal government. For more information about the premium penalty, please visit the Medicare.gov website's Frequently Asked Questions section.