Will now provide Medicare Part D plans beginning with the November 2009 enrollment period
Fox Insurance, a Medicare Part D provider, will now provide Medicare Part D plans in 20 states beginning with the November 2009 enrollment period, representing a expansion of services from 2009, when it covered only seven states.
The company will offer two distinct plans for potential beneficiaries beginning January 2010.
Fox Insurance will offer two distinct plans for its beneficiaries. The first program, Fox’s Value Plan, is the company’s affordable plan, which will maintain the low premiums, with no co-pay on preferred generic prescriptions at preferred pharmacies after the deductible. This program will be available in all 20 states that Fox covers.
The second program is Fox’s Grand Plan, which will offer the same benefits of the Value Plan, along with no deductible, a comprehensive formulary and additional cost benefits for beneficiaries who order a 90-day supply of their prescriptions. Additionally, the program provides gap coverage, with no co-pays required through the coverage gap on preferred generic drugs. The Grand Plan is only available in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, New Jersey and North Carolina.
The 20 states that Fox Insurance’s Part D services would cover are: Arkansas, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and West Virginia.