Prescription Drug Plans

Prescription Drug Plans

If you’re interested in a part D plan in Florida, we are your Medicare guide. Allow UIE to educate and guide you through the many different plans, choices and cost considerations. We represent MULTIPLE major national insurance companies; not just a single carrier. 

In order to enroll in part D plan (PDP) you must be enrolled in Part A and/or part B of Medicare. If you’re looking for a prescription drug plan, let United Insurance Experts help you find the best plan for you. With United Insurance Experts you have so many plans to choose from placing you in an advantageous position.

We recommend speaking to an expert about part D plans. Most Part D plans have “formularies” which are a list of covered drugs. Part D plans have a network of pharmacies that we should follow to save money.  So, when considering a plan, its highly important that you choose a plan that fits your needs and your budget. 

Part D is optional they are offered by private insurance companies, not the federal government. You can choose a stand-alone part D plan (PDP) or enroll in a Medicare advantage plan that includes prescription drug coverage. 

 **Medicare overview information on this website was provided by the United Insurance Experts to help consumers understand certain aspects about Medicare. Viewing this Medicare overview does not require you to enroll in any of the plans we provide. is privately owned and operated. 

United Insurance Experts are not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. Government or the federal Medicare program. Medicare has neither reviewed nor endorsed the information contained in this advertisement. does not include a complete listing of plans available in your service area. This information is not a complete description of benefits.

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Medicare Supplement Plans

Help pay for “gaps” in Original Medicare. Include minimal standard coverages. Offer different enhanced coverages. Approved by each state they are offered.

Medicare Advantage Plans

HMO or PPO health plans. Limit out-of-pocket expenses every year. Require you to stay in-network for services. Sometimes include drug coverage.

Prescription Drug Plans

Have a Formulary or List of Covered Drugs. Only Formulary drugs count as out-of-pocket. Include three levels of covered expenses. Sometimes included in Medicare Advantage.

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