2018 Plans


Value D Plan 2017

Jul 27, 2017, 15:57 PM
Copayment Plan Name : Value D Plan 2017
Exam : No
This plan includes prescription drug coverage.
$47.50
$4,700

Personal physician: $10 copay/visit
Specialist: $45 copay/visit

Urgent Care: $25
Specialists: $45
$75 copay
You pay 20%.

Days 1-7: $279 copay/day
Days 8 and beyond: $0

Days 1 - 20: $0
Days 21 - 100: $160 copay/day

Initial eye exam: $0
Eyewear: $100 for frames and lenses

(available through UW Health Audiology)

Hearing exam: $45
Hearing Aids: $700-$1,050 copay/aid
Limit: 1 per ear/year

Hospital: $250 copay
Ambulatory Surgical Center: $150 copay

Covered in full
This plan includes Part D coverage.
Learn more here.

Initial Coverage 

Before the total yearly drug costs (paid by both you and Senior Preferred Elite D) reach $3,700, you pay the following amounts for prescription drugs when they are filled at a retail pharmacy.

Mail order pharmacy copayment amounts are also noted below.

  • Tier 1 - (Preferred Generic) Copayment Amounts   
    • Retail Pharmacy
      • One-month (30 day) supply - $6
      • Three-month (90 day) supply - $18
    • Mail Order Pharmacy
      • Three-month (90 day) supply - $15
    • Tier 2 - (Generic) Copayment Amounts   
      • Retail Pharmacy
        • One-month (30 day) supply - $15
        • Three-month (90 day) supply - $45
      • Mail Order Pharmacy
        • Three month (90 day) supply - $38

         

      • Tier 3 - (Preferred Brand) Copayment Amounts   
        • Retail Pharmacy
          • One-month (30 day) supply - $47
          • Three-month (90 day) supply - $141
        • Mail Order Pharmacy
          • Three month (90 day) supply - $118

           

        • Tier 4 - (Non-Preferred Drug) Coinsurance Amounts
          • Retail Pharmacy
            • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.
            • Three-month (90 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.
          • Mail Order Pharmacy
            • Three month (90 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.

             

          • Tier 5 - (Specialty Medications) Coinsurance Amounts
            • Retail Pharmacies
              • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 25% of the cost.
              • We do not cover three-month (90 day) supplies of Tier 5 medications at retail pharmacies. 
            • Mail Order Pharmacy       
              • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 25% of the cost.
              • We do not cover three-month (90 day) supplies of Tier 5 medications through mail order pharmacy.

          If you reside in a long-term care facility, you pay the same as at a retail pharmacy.

          You may get drugs from at out-of-network pharmacy, but you may pay more than you pay at an in-network pharmacy.

          After your total yearly drug costs (paid by both you and Senior Preferred) reach $3,700, you receive limited coverage by the plan on certain drugs. You will also receive a discount on brand name drugs and generally pay no more than 40% for the plan's costs for brand name drugs and 51% of the plan's costs for generic drugs until your yearly out-of-pocket drug costs reach $4,950.
          After your yearly out-of-pocket drug costs reach $4,950 you pay the greater of 5% of the cost or $3.30 copay for generic (including brand drugs treated as generic) and $8.25 for all other drugs.

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          2017 Plans


          Value D Plan 2017

          Jul 27, 2017, 15:57 PM
          Copayment Plan Name : Value D Plan 2017
          Exam : No
          This plan includes prescription drug coverage.
          $47.50
          $4,700

          Personal physician: $10 copay/visit
          Specialist: $45 copay/visit

          Urgent Care: $25
          Specialists: $45
          $75 copay
          You pay 20%.

          Days 1-7: $279 copay/day
          Days 8 and beyond: $0

          Days 1 - 20: $0
          Days 21 - 100: $160 copay/day

          Initial eye exam: $0
          Eyewear: $100 for frames and lenses

          (available through UW Health Audiology)

          Hearing exam: $45
          Hearing Aids: $700-$1,050 copay/aid
          Limit: 1 per ear/year

          Hospital: $250 copay
          Ambulatory Surgical Center: $150 copay

          Covered in full
          This plan includes Part D coverage.
          Learn more here.

          Initial Coverage 

          Before the total yearly drug costs (paid by both you and Senior Preferred Elite D) reach $3,700, you pay the following amounts for prescription drugs when they are filled at a retail pharmacy.

          Mail order pharmacy copayment amounts are also noted below.

          • Tier 1 - (Preferred Generic) Copayment Amounts   
            • Retail Pharmacy
              • One-month (30 day) supply - $6
              • Three-month (90 day) supply - $18
            • Mail Order Pharmacy
              • Three-month (90 day) supply - $15
            • Tier 2 - (Generic) Copayment Amounts   
              • Retail Pharmacy
                • One-month (30 day) supply - $15
                • Three-month (90 day) supply - $45
              • Mail Order Pharmacy
                • Three month (90 day) supply - $38

                 

              • Tier 3 - (Preferred Brand) Copayment Amounts   
                • Retail Pharmacy
                  • One-month (30 day) supply - $47
                  • Three-month (90 day) supply - $141
                • Mail Order Pharmacy
                  • Three month (90 day) supply - $118

                   

                • Tier 4 - (Non-Preferred Drug) Coinsurance Amounts
                  • Retail Pharmacy
                    • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.
                    • Three-month (90 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.
                  • Mail Order Pharmacy
                    • Three month (90 day) supply - You pay 40% of the cost.

                     

                  • Tier 5 - (Specialty Medications) Coinsurance Amounts
                    • Retail Pharmacies
                      • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 25% of the cost.
                      • We do not cover three-month (90 day) supplies of Tier 5 medications at retail pharmacies. 
                    • Mail Order Pharmacy       
                      • One-month (30 day) supply - You pay 25% of the cost.
                      • We do not cover three-month (90 day) supplies of Tier 5 medications through mail order pharmacy.

                  If you reside in a long-term care facility, you pay the same as at a retail pharmacy.

                  You may get drugs from at out-of-network pharmacy, but you may pay more than you pay at an in-network pharmacy.

                  After your total yearly drug costs (paid by both you and Senior Preferred) reach $3,700, you receive limited coverage by the plan on certain drugs. You will also receive a discount on brand name drugs and generally pay no more than 40% for the plan's costs for brand name drugs and 51% of the plan's costs for generic drugs until your yearly out-of-pocket drug costs reach $4,950.
                  After your yearly out-of-pocket drug costs reach $4,950 you pay the greater of 5% of the cost or $3.30 copay for generic (including brand drugs treated as generic) and $8.25 for all other drugs.

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                  Out-of-network providers

                  In most cases, care you receive from an out-of-network provider (a provider who is not part of our plan’s network) will not be covered. These are three exceptions:

                  1. The plan covers emergency care or urgently needed care that you get from an out-of-network provider. For more information about this, and to see what emergency or urgently needed care means, see Section 3 in the Evidence of Coverage (links to the Evidence of Coverage documents can be found above).

                  2. If you need medical care that Medicare requires our plan to cover and the providers in our network cannot provide this care, you can get this care from an out-of-network provider. If your network provider suggests or recommends care out-of-network, a referral must be obtained in writing, and signed by the plan’s medical director prior to seeking care. In this situation, you will pay the same as you would pay if you got the care from a network provider.

                  3. Kidney dialysis services that you get at a Medicare-certified dialysis facility when you are temporarily outside the plan’s service area.

                  Using a pharmacy that is out of the network

                  There are special circumstances when our plan will cover prescriptions from out of network providers/pharmacies; they are as follows:

                  1. Drugs may be covered for an illness while members are travelling outside of the plan’s service area and where there are no network pharmacies.
                  2. Part D vaccines administered in a clinic or hospital setting which are considered out of network.

                  In the event you are unable to use an in network pharmacy and none of the above scenarios would apply; you must have prior authorization (advance approval) from our plan to get prescriptions from an out-of-network pharmacy provider. If you pay out-of-pocket for a prescription and you feel we should cover this expense, please contact us or send the bill to us for payment review. You can find more detailed information regarding how this is done in your Evidence of Coverage.

                  Interpreter Services

                  Interpreter Services Information can be found here. We have interpreter services available to answer questions about our health and drug plan. To get an interpreter, call us at (800) 394‐5566. This is a free service.

                   

                  Contact Information 

                  Contact information can be found here

                   

                  Disclaimers

                  Senior Preferred is an HMO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Senior Preferred depends on contract renewal. Medicare Advantage & Part D contracts are reviewed annually by The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to determine renewal status of the plan. You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium. The benefit information provided herein is a brief summary, not a comprehensive description of benefits.  Members must use plan providers except in emergency or urgent care situations or for out-of-area renal dialysis. For more information contact the plan.

                   

                  Senior Preferred does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or health status in the administration of the plan, including enrollment and benefit determinations.


                  This web page was updated on October 27, 2017.