cozama Date Rated: 2/2/2015 1:49:29 PM
I was with Bluerx last year and noticed that the Humana Walmart plan was cheaper on Medicare.gov website, by $700. For my drugs, BlueRX was $3900 and Humana was $3200 per year. Now I know seniors can use and extra $700, I can. So I shifted to Humana starting 1/1/15. Now each plan has this caveat about price changes are possible starting on 1/1/15, but you have to sign up by 12/15/14. So I'm figuring that I'm going to be paying a little more because of price changes. My plan has gone up $2000 for my prescription drugs, not premiums or deductibles, but how much my drugs will cost me. I checked this on Medicare.gov after one of the drugs I take, was way more expensive than what I paid for with BlueRx. FOLKS, WHY DO WE HAVE TO SIGN UP FOR A DRUG PLAN WITHOUT KNOW HOW MUCH IT'S ACTUALLY GOING TO COST? ANYBODY GOT AN ANSWER? HOW MANY OF YOU WOULD ORDER A TV ON DECEMBER 15 AND ACCEPT THE PRICE THE STORE WANTS TO CHARGE YOU ON JANUARY 1ST?