It’s that time of yr. I would encourage you all to look up your drugs on Medicare.gov, and make sure they are all still covered in your plan next yr, and that there is not a better plan for you. Plans change, premiums change and so do formularies. You should be getting your annual change notice in the mail right now, so at least look up your drugs and make sure they are all still covered next yr. in most states there are 20+ part d plans, and you can almost always save significant money by checking on Medicare.gov. You can also switch plans on Medicare.gov. also, if you are lower income. Check to see if you qualify for the “extra help with prescription drugs” program through SS, and also your states family service office to see if you qualify for the “Medicare cost savings program”. This will pay your Part B premium and even more. (1500$ per month or less if single. More if married). beware of the tv ads, anyone who does not show you all the other options, or does not explain the differences between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage.