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Have Medicare & Medicaid? You May Qualify

Get additional health benefits, such as vision and hearing coverage, with low monthly plan premiums.

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Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan: what is it and who qualifies?

A Dual Eligible Special Needs plan (D-SNP) is for those who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid. If you’re living in a low-income household, you may qualify for Medicaid, which may allow you to receive affordable healthcare when you need it most. When you qualify for Medicare and Medicaid, a Dual Eligible Special Needs plan provides even more coverage, including hearing and vision, at lower monthly premiums. Each state determines which plans are available and what benefits are provided. D-SNP’s may include:

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$0 monthly premiums

No monthly premiums mean more money in your pocket for the things that matter most.

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Vision, dental, and hearing benefits

Take care of your eyes, teeth, and ears to experience life to the fullest.

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Part D coverage

Part D can help cover your prescription drug costs.

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Gym memberships

Plans with fitness benefits to help you stay active and healthy.

Talk to a licensed agent today to see if you qualify for a Dual Eligibility Special Needs plan.

The Medicaid continuous enrollment provision is unwinding, and you may not be eligible for D-SNP anymore. Our experts are ready to help you explore other plan options that may be available in your area, such as Medicare Advantage plans with $0/month premiums.

Call to see if you qualify today!

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