Blue Cross MedicareRx offers two Medicare Part D prescription drug plans: Blue MedicareRx Premier and Blue MedicareRx Value Plus, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts reports on its MedicareRX website. Blue Cross MedicareRx offers these plans in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and Rhode Island.Continue Reading
Blue MedicareRx Value Plus has a monthly premium of $ 40.30, according to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts' 2015 MedicareOptions website. Other features includes a $1 co-pay for a 30-day supply of Tier 1 generic drugs or a 90-day supply through a mail-order service. Tier 1 generics are available at retail pharmacies that have cost-sharing agreements with the suppliers. The Blue MedicareRx Value Plus plan has an annual deducible of $0 on Tier 1 and Tier 2 generic drugs.
The Blue MedicareRx Premier plan has a monthly premium of $110.20, states the 2015 MedicareOptions site. Other features include a $0 deductible on all drugs that are covered by the plan and a $4 co-pay on a 30-day supply of Tier 1 drugs. Blue MedicareRx Premier plan covers both Tier 1
and Tier 2 generic drugs.
Individuals considering this coverage should consult the Blue MedicareRX formulary to see if their current medications are covered, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts notes.. These plans are unnecessary for individuals who already have Medicare Part D coverage.Learn more about Health Insurance