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Medicare Part D - Overview
The Evelyn Frank Legal Resources program has these resources for counseling Medicare beneficiaries and assisting them in accessing prescription drugs through the Medicare Part D program. NYLAG Recorded Webinar and PowerPoint presentation on Medicare Part D for the 2021 Year (for open enrollment...
EPIC - New York's prescription drug program for seniors age 65+
New York has a State Pharmaceutical Assistance Program (SPAP) to help low- to moderate-income older adults age 65+ pay for prescription drugs. The Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC) program is administered by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). EPIC has gone...
CMS Prescription Drug Benefit Manual
This is CMS' (the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services') comprehensive policy manual governing Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. 
"FIDA (Fully-Integrated Dual Advantage) Program for Dual Eligibles Closing Dec. 31, 2019
November 2019 Update - FIDA PROGRAM CLOSING 12/31/2019 2,520 members in the SIX FIDA plans will be assigned to a new plan for January 2020 unless they pick and enroll in a different one before December 20, 2019 WHERE IS FIDA? Most of the 2,520 dual eligibles still in FIDA plans are in NYC,...
Saving Money on Prescription Drugs if You're Uninsured or Underinsured: Discount Cards and PAPs
Prescription drugs can be the most expensive healthcare cost for many people. Those who are uninsured are typically stuck with paying full retail price for prescription drugs at the pharmacy counter, which can be hundreds or thousands of dollars per month. Even those who have health insurance -...
2022 Medicare Part D plans in New York State
The Annual Enrollment Period ("AEP" or "open enrollment") for Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans for 2022 runs from October 15 through December 7, 2021. Every year, you should review your plan options to see if your current plan still meets your needs - see more here what to look for in...


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