We put in the name, dosage and frequency of the three you gave us.
We put in CVS as your pharmacy, but you can put any one you want, including mail order.
Thirty-two different plans popped up.
The really good thing about this site is that you can get individual details, compare plans and enroll all at once.
Each plan gives the total annual cost of the premiums, plus the drugs we put in.
Al: The very reliable one was the Mutual of Omaha Rx Value Plan with a total annual expense of $2,236.46.
All three of the drugs are listed as Tier 3 (tiers 1 and 2 are usually generic).
The monthly premium is $23.10 and it has an annual deductible of $435.00. A lot of Rx plans don’t apply the deductible for generics.
The Anthem Blue Cross MediBlue Rx Standard plan has a $250 deductible and a monthly premium of $77.80. All three drugs are covered and the total annual cost is $2,952.37.
The Humana Walmart Value Rx Plan is popular because the premium is only $13.20 per month.
However, the total cost for our reader would be $5,123.41 per year and Eliquis is not in their formulary (Buzz would pay full retail price).