People enrolled in all three of the company’s AARP MedicareRx Part D plans – Enhanced, Preferred and Saver Plus – can access prescriptions for lower copays if they purchase their drugs at one of more than 14,600 retail locations across the country that are included in the preferred pharmacy network. These savings are maximized for members enrolled in the Saver Plus plan, who can access many of the most commonly used generic drugs for as low as $1 at pharmacies in the preferred network.“Our Part D offerings help customers get the most value for their health care money in 2013,” said Mike Anderson, chief pharmacy officer, UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement. “The lower copays and low premium on our AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus plan make it a great option for value-conscious Medicare beneficiaries who are looking for prescription drug coverage from a company they trust.”
UnitedHealthcare Announces 2013 Medicare Plans
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