Prescription Drug Plan Basics
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Our cost calculator can help you find affordable and dependable prescription drug coverage. Just enter your prescription information and preferred pharmacy to get the most accurate estimate of costs and find a plan that’s the best fit for you.
A Mutual of Omaha Rx prescription drug plan might be a good solution if:
Our prescription drug plan benefits offer:
Affordable Monthly Premium
Our Essential plan premiums starts as low as $18.10/month.
$0 Dollar Deductibles
Our Essential plan offers a $0 deductible on Tier 1 and our Premier plan offers a $0 deductible on Tiers 1 & 2.
We offer affordable copays, $0 to $20, for a 30-day supply on most commonly prescribed drugs.
Online Bill Pay
Quickly and easily manage your account and pay your bills online with our secure online portal.
Comprehensive Drug Coverage
Our Plus plan offers a comprehensive formulary to save you money on an extensive list of medications.
Our plans also offer flexible options for receiving your prescriptions.
Get preferred pricing at more than 27,000 pharmacies including CVS, Walmart and thousands of local pharmacies.
Our plans offer the same comprehensive group of national, regional and local pharmacies.Search Our Pharmacy Network
If you use long-term medications, you may be able to save time and avoid missing a refill by having your prescriptions delivered right to your door with our home delivery/mail-order option.
When should I enroll?
When you first become Medicare eligible, the best time to enroll is during your Initial Enrollment Period. This seven-month period begins three months before the month you turn 65, includes your birthday month and ends three months after your birthday.
If you need to make a change after your Initial Enrollment Period, the best time to review your plan options is during the Annual Enrollment Period. Sometimes referred to as AEP, the Annual Enrollment Period happens every year from October 15th through December 7th.Learn More About When to Enroll
Is there a penalty if I don’t enroll?
If you don’t enroll in a prescription drug plan during your Initial Enrollment Period, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty if you enroll at another time. This penalty generally continues as long as you have Medicare Part D coverage.Get Answers About Part D Enrollment