You can qualify for financial assistance with Part D premiums and copayments through Medicare’s Extra Help program if you have low income and assets. If you qualify for Extra Help, you can change Part D plans as often as once each calendar quarter.
If you haven’t selected a Part D plan and you’re approved for Extra Help, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will send a letter telling you which plan you have been enrolled in and how to change plans. But it’s better for you to look at all the plans in your area to compare costs and coverage for your medications and choose the one with the best coverage for you.
Updated May 19, 2022
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