Special Needs Plans
There are many types of plans depending upon your level of qualification.
What is a D SNP?
Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans - or D SNP's for short - are a special type of Medicare Advantage plan that provides health benefits for people who are “dual eligible,” meaning they qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid.
States determine which D SNP's can be offered and the benefits provided.
Generally speaking, D SNP’s may include:
A DSNP plan will include coverage for hospital services (Medicare Part A), medical health care needs (Medicare Part B), and prescription drugs (Medicare Part D) through a single plan. With a DSNP there may also be social services
There are five DSNP types with varying degrees of Medicaid coverage:
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