Our 2023 Medicare drug list and other prescription drug resources
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Search our 2023 drug lists
Individual HealthPartners Medicare plans
These plans use our Formulary I drug list. The formulary was last updated 5/2023. To see if your prescriptions are covered, you can use our online search tool or download a PDF of our drug list.
Other HealthPartners Medicare plans
HealthPartners Medicare plan members can choose from a network of more than 57,000 pharmacy locations.
Medicare drug list frequently asked questions (FAQs)
If you have questions about your medications or how your Medicare Part D coverage works, we’re here to help.
Get one-on-one help from a pharmacist to be sure you’re getting the most out of your medications. MTM is available at no cost as part of your prescription drug coverage with any HealthPartners Medicare Advantage plan.
The Medicare Extra Help program
Those with a limited income may be able to get help paying for their Part D prescription drug costs through the Medicare Extra Help program. (You may also hear this called a low-income subsidy, or LIS.)
If you qualify, Medicare could pay a significant portion of your drug costs, including monthly prescription drug premiums, annual deductibles and coinsurance. We follow the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’
Qualifying for Medicare Extra Help
To find out if you qualify for a low-income subsidy, you can:
- Go online to
- Call Social Security at
800-772-1213(TTY 800-325-0778), 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday
- Visit your local Social Security office
- Contact your Medical Assistance (Medicaid) office
If you qualify, this chart shows your subsidized monthly premiums based on your level of extra help. (This does not include any Medicare Part B premium you may have to pay.)
|Your level of extra help||Journey Pace (all plans)||Journey Stride||Journey Dash (Metro-Central)||Journey Dash (Greater MN)||Journey Steady||Robin Birch||Robin Maple||MSHO|
Our transitional medication policy
HealthPartners provides transitional medication supplies on a temporary basis to new enrollees, those residing in long-term care (LTC) facilities, and others under certain circumstances.
Last updated May 2023
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