Mutual of Omaha 2020 Prescription Drug Plans‎


Mutual of Omaha Rx (PDP)

Mutual of Omaha is offering two new Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. These plans provide affordable prescription coverage to complete your Medicare benefits. The two new plans are called: Mutual of Omaha Rx Value enhanced plan and the Mutual of Omaha Rx Plus basic plan.

 

Mutual of Omaha 2020 Prescription Drug Plans

Plan Highlights

According to mutualofomaha.com these two new plans are available with monthly premiums as low as $22.70/month. Coverage includes access to more than 24,000 participating pharmacies including CVS, Walmart and thousands of local pharmacies. Additionally, Mutual of Omaha offers a convenient mail order option on many prescriptions, so getting your prescriptions is convenient.

Mutual of Omaha Rx Plus 

  • Broad prescription drug coverage
  • preferred pharmacies CVS, CVS/Target, Walmart, Sam’s Club, and regional Rx networks
  • This plan works best for people who take multiple medications

Mutual of Omaha Rx Value

  • low monthly premium
  • preferred pharmacies CVS, CVS/Target, Walmart, Sam’s Club, and regional Rx networks
  • This plan works best for the cost-conscious, healthy population

For details about the pricing on these plans, look at the chart here

Pharmacy Options

Mutual of Omaha has a network of pharmacies, both standard and preferred. Generally, you must use these pharmacies to fill prescriptions for covered Part D drugs. Check online to see if your pharmacy is in the MoO network at MutualofOmahaRx.com/2020network

 

Who Can Join?

Medicare Part D works in conjunction with Medicare Part A (hospital) and Part B (doctors and outpatient care) to help seniors meet their prescription drug needs. To join the Mutual of Omaha Rx (PDP) plan, you must be entitled to Medicare Part A and/or be enrolled in Medicare Part B.

  • You can enroll when you first become eligible for Medicare during the Initial Enrollment Period. That’s the seven-month period which starts three months before your 65th birthday month and ends three months after. If you don’t sign up during this time, you may have to pay a late penalty if you enroll at another time.
  • You can enroll, or switch plans each year, during the Annual Enrollment period (AEP) from October 15 to December 7. If you sign up during this time, your coverage starts on January 1.
  • There are a few other exceptions known as Special Enrollment Periods, which include (but are not limited to) events such as if you move to an area that is not in your current plan’s service area or if you lose your coverage from work.

 

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