4. How does the deductible for Part D work? Posted on September 11, 2017 at 12:52 pm.Written by advantage_admin This is the amount you must pay every year for your prescription drugs before your Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit begins paying for covered medications. Deductibles vary according to the Medicare prescription drug plan. No Medicare prescription drug plan may have a deductible over $400 in 2017. Certain Medicare prescription drug plans don’t have a deductible. 3. Which plans cover Medicare Part D? Posted on September 11, 2017 at 12:14 pm.Written by advantage_admin At Triple-S Advantage, we have a variety of coverages that include Medicare Part D. These are: Optimo Plus (PPO) Royal (HMO) Royal Plus (HMO-POS) Vital Plus (HMO-SNP) Platino Plus (HMO-SNP) Platino Ultra (HMO-SNP) Platino Advance (HMO-SNP) Please contact us to learn more about these coverages and their eligibility requirements. 2. What happens if I enroll late in Medicare Part D? Posted on September 11, 2017 at 12:11 pm.Written by advantage_admin You may face late enrollment penalties if, at any time during the 63 consecutive days following the end of an initial enrollment period, you fail to enroll in any of the following plans: Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit (Part D); a Medicare Advantage plan (such as a Health Maintenance Organization Plan [HMO] or a Medicare Preferred Provider Organization Plan [PPO]); any other Medicare health plan including prescription drug coverage; valid coverage for prescription drugs. 1. What is Medicare Part D? Posted on September 11, 2017 at 12:09 pm.Written by advantage_admin This refers to prescription drug coverage. It is offered by authorized private companies in Puerto Rico. They help pay for prescription medications. The Prescription Drug Coverage is available for all Medicare members. You must enroll in a Medicare prescription plan or a Medicare Advantage plan with prescription coverage.