Medicare Part D resources for employers

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Employers who offer health plans with prescription drug coverage are required (each year by October 15) to inform and advise Medicare-eligible members as to whether their current prescription drug plan is “Creditable” or “Non-Creditable” with Medicare Part D.

Medicare Part D: Creditable coverage

Follow the links below for a list of prescription drug plans that Humana has identified as creditable (“passed plans”) or non-creditable (“failed plans”).

For groups with 51 or more employees:

Large business: Rx plans for creditable coverage

ASO Pharmacy Plans for creditable coverage

For groups with 50 or fewer employees:

Small business: Rx plans for creditable coverage

LFP Pharmacy Plans for creditable coverage

Please note: Colorado defines a small group employer as a company with 100 or fewer employees and a large group employer as a company with 101 or more employees.

For groups in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico: Rx plans for creditable coverage

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