MEDICARE PART D PLANS BY STATE:
TYPES AND NUMBERS FOR 2007


PLAN NUMBERS AND TYPES BY STATE SUMMARY OF CT FACTS

Part D PDP and MA-PD Plans as of October 11, 2006
Region State No. of Companies Offering PDPs No. of Plans No. of Companies Offering MA-PDs No. of MA-PD Plans
12 Alabama 24 57 13 48
34 Alaska 19 45 6 15
28 Arizona 22 53 22 58
19 Arkansas 24 58 14 54
32 California 23 55 27 83
27 Colorado 23 55 15 65
2 Connecticut 21 51 12 22
5 Delaware 24 56 9 22
5 D.C. 24 56 10 30
11 Florida 25 58 41 142
10 Georgia 24 56 16 57
33 Hawaii 20 46 12 32
31 Idaho 23 56 12 45
17 Illinois 23 56 22 65
15 Indiana 23 54    
25 Iowa 22 53    
24 Kansas 22 53    
15 Kentucky 23 54    
21 Louisiana 23 53    
1 Maine 22 53    
5 Maryland 24 56    
2 Massachusetts 21 51    
13 Michigan 23 54    
25 Minnesota 22 53    
20 Mississippi 23 53    
18 Missouri 22 53    
25 Montana 22 53    
25 Nebraska 22 53 9 31
29 Nevada 22 54 14 34
1 New Hampshire 22 53 9 19
4 New Jersey 24 57 13 37
26 New Mexico 23 57 15 43
3 New York 26 61 30 127
8 North Carolina 21 51 12 44
25 North Dakota 22 53 10 32
14 Ohio 27 61 20 80
23 Oklahoma 24 57 14 45
30 Oregon 24 57 23 81
6 Pennsylvania 28 66 29 123
2 Rhode Island 21 51 9 20
9 South Carolina 25 59 17 58
25 South Dakota 22 53 10 31
12 Tennessee 24 57 19 74
22 Texas 24 60 29 104
31 Utah 23 56 14 45
2 Vermont 21 51 8 24
7 Virginia 22 53 15 58
30 Washington 24 57 21 69
6 West Virginia 28 66 14 42
16 Wisconsin 23 54 18 61
25 Wyoming 22 53 10 34

Source: The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


SUMMARY OF FACTS REGARDING
PLANS FOR CONNECTICUT


To get more detailed information about the plans that will offer coverage in Connecticut, or any other particular state, click on the link below, then click on CT, or any other appropriate state, in the map. http://www.medicare.gov/medicarereform/local-plans-2007.asp.  NOTE: be aware that for MA plans, CMS includes MA plans without prescription coverage in their list.

Stand-Alone PDPs in Connecticut:

MA-PDs In Connecticut:

Formulary Information

Information about the specific drugs in each plan's formulary is available thru CMS' plan-finder tool at: http://www.medicare.gov/MPDPF/Public/Include/DataSection/Questions/MPDPFIntro.asp?version=default&browser=IE%7C6%7CWinXP&language=English&defaultstatus=0&pagelist=Home&ViewType=Public&PDPYear=2006&MAPDYear=2006&MPDPF%5FMPPF%5FIntegrate=N.  However, all information should be verified with the plans themselves.


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