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  • NEA Medicare Part D | Plans - Learn about the Group Part D plans offered to the NEA Members Insurance Trust by United American Insurance.
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  • NEA Medicare Part D | Enrollment Periods | PDP - You are eligible to enroll or disenroll in our NEA Medicare Part D plans within the following three periods: IEP, AEP, or SEP.
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  • NEA Medicare Part D | Covered Drugs | PDP - What drugs are covered by NEA Medicare Part D plans? Find out here and you could avoid unnecessary costs.
  • NEA Medicare Part D | Medication Therapy Medication Program - We offer our Medication Therapy Management Program to those who qualify. Learn who's eligible for MTM here.
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  • NEA Medicare Part D | Retail Pharmacies - Preferred Cost Sharing - NEA Part D plans help you save money with Preferred Cost-sharing. Learn about how it works.
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  • NEA Medicare Part D | Evidence of Coverage | PDP - For specific information about your NEA Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, please visit our Evidence of Coverage page.
  • NEA Medicare Part D | Exceptions & Appeals | PDP - Please let us know if you have complaints. You cannot be disenrolled from this plan or penalized in any way if you make a complaint.
  • NEA Medicare Part D | FAQ - What is Part D? What does my plan cover? Find out answers to NEA Medicare Part D frequently asked questions here.

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