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Blue Shield  PDP Rx Prescriptions Part D

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Medicare Prescription Drug Plans –

Information & Applications

2017, 2018  Blue Shield Medicare prescription drug plans PDP Summary of Benefits (PDF, 162KB)

2017, 2018 Blue Shield Medicare PDP Formularies

20172018 Blue Shield Medicare prescription drug plans PDP Pharmacy Directory (PDF, 406KB)

2017, 2018 Blue Shield Medicare prescription drug plan PDP Automatic Payment Form (PDF, 136KB)

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Applications:

2017 Blue Shield Medicare prescription drug plan (PDP) Enrollment Form

2017 Medicare Plan Ratings Information for PDP – English & Spanish

 

20172018 Blue Shield Medicare prescription drug plan (PDP) Enrollment Form

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2017 Scope of Appointment Form  Authorize a meeting to discuss the plans

Introduction to Rx Part D

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Members in a closed plan that includes prescription drug benefits will receive 2017 notices!

We are notifying the members in the following closed plans that their prescription drug coverage will be considered non-creditable in 2017, which is a change from 2016, when their prescription drug coverage was considered creditable.  This means that the coverage offered by their plan is not expected to pay out as much as standard Medicare prescription drug coverage pays.

  • Coronet Senior Plus Rx
  • Golden Coronet Senior Plus Rx

We are notifying the members in the following closed plans that their prescription drug coverage will continue to be considered non-creditable in 2017. No change from 2016.

  • Plan H Plus Rx
  • Plan I Plus Rx

This might mean that if you change plans, there would be a penalty.  Learn More

6 comments on “Blue Shield Rx

  1. I am looking at Part D plans available for my area.

    The premiums vary widely. Express Scripts charges $22 a month for Part D
    while Blue Shield would charge $82 a month (!). I don’t want to pay $ 82. That’s alot.

    What is your opinion of Express Scripts ? They got 4 stars out of 5 in the ratings.
    What about other companies ?

    Thanks for your advice.

    • You can shop all Part D Rx plans from ALL companies at http://www.Medicare.Gov or on our affiliate site, where we won’t be your agent, but might get a finders fee.

      The compensation that agents get for Part D is virtually nothing. I don’t know how CMS or the Insurance Companies expect us to eat and be able to study all the complex crazy rules they have. I do grant that the federal government is paying hugh subsidies to support the program. Learn More ===> Wikipedia

      I don’t have an opinion on Express Scripts… There are dozens of companies writing Part D. If you want my expertise on something I’m not properly compensated for, you need to purchase a plan that I represent, like Blue Cross, Shield or AARP. I have the contacts there, and some familarity with their programs and policy. Here’s 10 reasons why you should use Steve Shorr Insurance, rather than wait on hold for hours with CMS, Medicare, direct with the Insurance Company, etc.

      I did recently get a bulletin from Blue Shield that they were buying Express Scripts? and that I would be able to sell that plan without having to do hours to qualify during the annual AHIP circus. I call it a circus as we only get power points and no reference material. I feel it’s an insult.

      If you want “advice” I need to see the print out from Medicare.gov or Health Compare. How can I give advice when I have no idea what Rx you might be taking?

  2. SO MY RATE GOES UP 50%????

    NOT THE COST [Co-Pays] OF DRUGS THE COST OF THE PREMIUM FROM $55 TO $82 IN ONE JUMP 50% INCREASE !!!!

    WHY THE 50% INCREASE

    50% INCREASE IN THE RATES?????

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