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Medicare Dual Special Needs Plan

Medicare Advantage Dual Special Needs plan

Medicare Dual Special Needs Plan

What is Medicare D-SNP?

Medicare Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) are Medicare Advantage plans for people with both Medicare and Medicaid. The Community Health Choice (HMO D-SNP) combines all the benefits of Original Medicare (Parts A and B) with prescription drug coverage (Part D), providing extra coverage to help Members better manage their unique healthcare needs.

How do D-SNPs work?

D-SNPs enroll individuals who are entitled to both Medicare (title XVIII) and medical assistance from a state plan under Medicaid (title XIX). States cover some Medicare costs, depending on the state and the individual’s eligibility.

What services do D-SNPs cover?

Community provides its D-SNP Members with access to comprehensive medical care, including services such as hospital care, surgery, X-rays, physical/speech/occupational therapies, prescription drugs, emergency services, durable medical equipment, transplants, routine health checkups, and preventive screenings. Members also receive extra benefits such as:

  • Routine dental services
  • Vision benefits, including an allowance for eyewear
  • Routine hearing services, including a hearing aid allowance
  • Help coordinating benefits
  • 24-hour Nurse Help Line
  • Transportation assistance

Why Choose Community?

As a local nonprofit health plan, Community Health Choice gives you plenty of reasons to join our Community. From the benefits and special programs we offer to the way our Member Services team helps you make the most of them, Community is always working life forward for you and your family.

“Community Health Choice is always there to answer my questions and help me and my family with our medical needs. I truly appreciate and value their customer support and service.”

– Cecily
Member of Community Health Choice