Medicare Part D is the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. Part D covers outpatient prescription drugs. Part A only covers drugs provided during an inpatient hospital or short-term nursing and rehabilitation stay. Part D is administered through private insurance companies. A Medicare beneficiary must select and enroll in a Part D plan. Premiums and/or deductibles and copays apply to most Part D plans.
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