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What are Special Needs Plans (SNP)

Medicare’s Special Needs Plans (SNP) cater to members who have specific needs that are not already covered in Medicare Parts A and B. This allows members to tailor things like their drug formularies and provider choices to better meet the care they need.

Types of SNPs and Who They Serve

What are the Chronic Illness Special Needs Programs?
Chronic Illness Special Needs Programs (C-SNPs) are specialized health plans designed for members with with conditions like:

Cardiovascular Disease Chronic and Disabling Mental Health Conditions
Congestive Heart Failure History of Stroke
Dementia / Alzheimers Hypertension / High Blood Pressure
Diabetes / High Blood Sugar

Institutional Special Needs Program (I-SNP) is for members who live in an institution or facility, or those who require nursing care at home.
If qualified, you can enroll year-round.

Dual Eligible Special Needs Program (D-SNP) are those who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid.
If qualified, you can enroll once a quarter.

How Do I Know if I'm Qualified?

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