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Dually Eligible

Veterans and those on Medicaid can get additional Health Insurance Coverage at NO COST

A Medicare Advantage plan can include Veterans who want to keep their VA health insurance benefits.
Vets can join a Dual Eligible Medicare Advantage plan and see private doctors, get rides and in some
cases gym membership. Improve your health care, you deserve it. (click here)

Those on Medicaid can upgrade their medical health coverage by joining a qualified Medicare Advantage
plan. Seniors on Medicaid can join a government approved Dual Eligible Medicare Advantage plan and
expand their medical treatment. See private doctors nearby, get rides and in some
cases gym membership, improve your health care.


To be considered dually eligible, persons must be enrolled in Medicare Part A, which is hospital insurance,
and/or Medicare Part B, which is medical insurance 
Via Medicare Advantage. Those program participants receive
Medicare Part A, Part B, and often Part D, which is prescription drug coverage.

US Veterans qualify for dual eligible coverage. They can enroll at no cost and can use both the VA facilities/benefits
and the Medicare Advantage plan benefits (no prescriptions). Local network doctors and transportation are included.

Persons who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid are called “dual eligibles”, or sometimes, Medicare-Medicaid
enrollees. The terms are easily confused 
the two terms, Medicare and Medicaid. While Medicare is a federal health
insurance program for seniors and disabled persons, Medicaid is a state and federal
medical assistance program for
financially needy persons of all ages. Both programs offer a variety of benefits, including physician visits and
only Medicaid provides long-term nursing home care, relevant for the purposes of this article, Medicaid
can also pay for long-term care and supports in home and community based settings, which may include one’s home, an
adult foster care home, or an
assisted living residence. That said, in 2019 Medicare Advantage plans (Medicare Part C)
began offering some long-term home and community
based benefits.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, abbreviated as CMS, oversees both the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
For the Medicaid program,
CMS works with state agencies to administer the program in each state, and for the Medicare
program, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is the agency
where persons apply.


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