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Anthem MediBlue Rx Part D Plans

Anthem offers Medicare Part D plans with excellent coverage, low monthly premiums and low or no deductibles. Keep reading for a cost and coverage comparison of our MediBlue Rx Part D plans and some helpful tips for using Anthem’s search tool.

Consider the Anthem MediBlue Rx Enhanced Part D Plan*

Our new standalone prescription drug plan has the lowest monthly premium of all our plans.

A Low Premium You’ll Love

The MediBlue Rx Enhanced plan’s monthly premium goes as low as $18.90, with a competitive deductible as low as $275 per year. These change depending on where you live.

Great Coverage for Excellent Value

If you don’t have many prescriptions, the Enhanced plan might be just right for you. It covers many drugs for excellent value. And tier 1 and 2 drugs have no deductible.

*In Missouri only, MediBlue Rx plans are called Blue MedicareRx Value, Enhanced and Plus plans.

Consider the Anthem MediBlue Rx Plus Part D Plan

This plan has a $0 deductible and the largest drug list of our standalone prescription drug plans.

That’s Right, No Deductible

Our MediBlue Rx Plus prescription drug plan has a $0 deductible. Its monthly premium is competitive but costs more than the Enhanced plan because it offers more coverage.

The Most Complete Coverage

The Plus plan covers the largest number of drugs of our Part D plans. With its long drug list and excellent benefits, you can trust the Plus plan for comprehensive coverage.

Consider the Anthem MediBlue Rx Standard Part D Plan

This plan could be a good choice if you want basic coverage from a reliable, trusted insurance provider like Anthem.

Competitive Coverage

The MediBlue Rx Standard prescription drug plan has a monthly premium of $46.50 to $77.80 and a deductible as low as $250, depending on where you live.

Tier 1 Drugs Waived From the Deductible

Even if you haven’t met your deductible, you’ll pay a $1 copay for tier 1 drugs at a preferred pharmacy.

Your best bet for comparing prices and what drugs each plan specifically covers is to enter your current prescriptions in Anthem’s Find a Drug tool. Then, search for plans in your area and use the Compare option to see each plan and its costs side by side.

Benefits With All of Anthem’s Medicare Part D Plans

We have more than 66,000 pharmacies in our network – that’s almost every pharmacy in America. Even better, 24,000 of those are preferred pharmacies we work with to help you save on many prescription drugs.

Anthem’s Large Network of Preferred Pharmacies

Sure, you can walk into nearly any pharmacy and fill your prescription, but our preferred pharmacies can help you save on prescription drugs.

There are about 24,000 pharmacies on our preferred list, so chances are high you will find a few close to you.

Copays of $1 to $3 for Generic Tiers of Drugs

All of Anthem’s MediBlue Rx Part D plans have just $1 to $3 copays for generic tiers at preferred pharmacies (after your deductible if it applies).

If you’re new to Medicare Part D plans, you can read more about prescription drug tiers and costs.

Find the Anthem MediBlue Rx plan that fits your prescription drug needs.

Let Anthem Do the Math for You

Finding the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan is important for your health and your budget. Here’s something to make your search simple and stress-free.

A helpful tip from our agents:

What you pay for prescription drugs with a Part D plan comes down to the specific drugs you’re taking and if your plan covers them on a lower tier. A lower tier often means lower prices.

You can easily find out which plan covers your prescriptions and at what price using Anthem's search tool. The search tool also factors in out-of-pocket costs, such as monthly premiums, so you’ll have an estimate of what you’ll pay.

If you’re new to prescription drug plans, most have five tiers of drugs, with generic drugs typically making up the lowest and least expensive tiers. The formulary, or drug list, shows all the drugs the plan covers, and separates them into tiered levels based on cost. We also have articles to help you understand what Medicare Part D is, how to enroll in Part D, and what Part D costs.

Find the Anthem MediBlue Rx plan that fits your prescription drug needs.

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MAT ID Y0114_20_122057_U CMS Accepted 05/08/2020

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