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Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) offer the benefits of Medicare Advantage at an inexpensive cost to those eligible. You qualify for this plan if you are “dually eligible” for both Medicare and Medicaid.
D-SNP Eligibility Requirements
According to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), you are eligible for a D-SNP plan if:
- You are receive Full Medicaid benefits
- You are a Qualified Medicare Beneficiary without other Medicaid (QMB Only)
- You receive QMB Plus
- You are a specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary without other Medicaid (SLMB Only)
- You receive SLMB Plus
- You are a Qualifying Individual (QI)
- You are a Qualified Disabled and Working Individual (QDWI)
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D-SNP List of Coverage and Benefits
Because D-SNP plans are a form of Medicare Advantage, you will receive many of the same benefits. You will also receive all of the coverage of Original Medicare (Parts A and B), including short-term emergency and medical care. Some of the additional Advantage benefits may include:
- $0 monthly premiums
- Care coordination
- Vision and hearing benefits
- Over the counter quarterly benefits
- Transportation benefits
- Telehealth services
- Gym memberships
- Part D coverage
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