You may be able to obtain your drug from a non-network pharmacy, BUT ONLY IF:
- You cannot reasonably be expected to obtain your drug at a network pharmacy,
- You do not use a non-network pharmacy on a regular basis.
Otherwise, your Medicare Part D plan can refuse to cover your prescription at a non-network pharmacy.
NOTE: If you obtain your drug from a non-network pharmacy, you may be required to pay the difference between the non-network pharmacy's price and your Medicare Part D plan's allowance.
For questions or advice,
contact the Medicare Part D Unit at
Legal Services for the Elderly at