There are 43 Medicare Part D Plans available in Kansas in 2018. Plans change annually, so it pays to shop and compare. See our Featured Kansas PDP Plans below.
New to Medicare? See Kansas Eligability and Availability.
2018 Featured Kansas PDP Plans
Each year we highlight the Kansas PDP’s with the lowest premium:
- The Lowest PDP Premium in Kansas with a $0.00 Deductible is $24.50
- The Lowest PDP Premium in Kansas with a Deductible ($400.00) is $17.00
The most popular National PDP Plans this year are:
The most popular Regional PDP Plans this year are:
Plus, we want to highlight the Kansas PDP plans that offer the full Low Income Subsidy (LIS):
- WellCare Classic (PDP)
- SilverScript Choice (PDP)
- Aetna Medicare Rx Saver (PDP)
- Humana Preferred Rx Plan (PDP)
Medicare Part D Donut Hole (Coverage Gap)
The 2018 Initial Coverage Limit is $3,310. Once you reach the ICL you must pay the next $3752.50 in drug costs. This is the Donut Hole. During this period ALL formulary generics will have a minimum 42% discount and ALL brand drugs will have a minimum 55% discount. On each plan page you can see if the plan offers additional coverage in the gap.
PDP Plans work with Medicare Supplements
Healthcare reform did not changed the coverage you get from Medicare for doctor and medical services in Kansas. You’re still responsible for paying about 20% of all medically necessary costs. Even a short stay in a Kansas hospital will cost you thousands of dollars out-of-pocket. That’s why additional coverage is so necessary. It protects you from the potential of financial disaster in the even of an injury or illness. That’s why we have a complete catalog of Kansas Medicare Supplements. Every plan is compatible with the list Medicare Part D plans you see above.
Most Medicare Advantage Plans Include PDP Benefits
The rising cost of healthcare is the number one reason more seniors than ever are switching to Medicare Advantage. With lower out-of-pocket costs, an annual out-of-pocket cap, and prescription drug benefits (on most plans), it pays to have a look. More than 15-million people made the switch in 2015. Have you compared Medicare Advantage to your Original Medicare benefits? We have a complete catalog with all Kansas Medicare Advantage plans.
Eligability and Availability
You can enroll in one of the PDP plans above if you are:
- A resident of the state of Kansas,
- Enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B, and
- You are 65 years old or older (or have Medicare due to a disability).
You can enroll in Medicare Part D Plans in the following counties: Atchison, Douglas, Leavenworth, Doniphan, Linn, Wyandotte, Miami, Anderson, Johnson, Franklin, Jefferson, Wabaunsee, Shawnee, Marshall, Nemaha, Pottawatomie, Osage, Jackson, Brown, Geary, Riley, Bourbon, Wilson, Crawford, Cherokee, Neosho, Allen, Coffey, Woodson, Lyon, Morris, Marion, Butler, Chase, Greenwood, Cloud, Republic, Smith, Washington, Jewell, Sedgwick, Harper, Sumner, Cowley, Harvey, Pratt, Chautauqua, Comanche, Kingman, Kiowa, Barber, Mcpherson, Montgomery, Labette, Elk, Saline, Dickinson, Lincoln, Mitchell, Ottawa, Rice, Clay, Osborne, Ellsworth, Reno, Barton, Rush, Ness, Edwards, Pawnee, Stafford, Ellis, Phillips, Norton, Graham, Russell, Trego, Rooks, Decatur, Thomas, Rawlins, Cheyenne, Sherman, Gove, Sheridan, Logan, Wallace, Ford, Clark, Gray, Hamilton, Kearny, Lane, Meade, Finney, Hodgeman, Stanton, Seward, Wichita, Haskell, Scott, Greeley, Grant, Morton, Stevens, and all other areas of Kansas.
This webpage was last reviewed and updated on 10/16/2017.