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Question about medicare prescription drug coverage? What age if disabled?
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Dr. Theresa Redling
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In brief: Medicare D
If you qualify for medicare , even if via disability before 65, you can pay for medicare d, the drug plan though medicare.
Depending on the program, monthly premiums vary. There is a maximum allowance per year, after which you will pay 100% of the cost of meds(the donut hole), until you come out to the catastrophic level. There is a rebate through obam care to try to close that hole.

In brief: Medicare D
If you qualify for medicare , even if via disability before 65, you can pay for medicare d, the drug plan though medicare.
Depending on the program, monthly premiums vary. There is a maximum allowance per year, after which you will pay 100% of the cost of meds(the donut hole), until you come out to the catastrophic level. There is a rebate through obam care to try to close that hole.
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