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Resources to help you navigate Medicare and Medicaid dual eligibility
Medicare and Medicaid and disability
Do you automatically qualify for Medicaid if you have a disability? Find out about Medicare and Medicaid disability requirements
Get your free dual plan guide
Everything you need to know about Dual Special Needs Plans in one, convenient guide.
Who can qualify for a dual-eligible health plan or Dual Special Needs Health Plan?
Dual-eligible health plans are for people on Medicare and Medicaid. See if you meet the requirements.
What does it mean to be partial dual eligible?
If you’re partial dual eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, you may be able to get more benefits with a Dual Special Needs Plan than with Original Medicare
Medicare assistance programs can lower the cost of health insurance
Find out about Medicare Extra Help and other programs that can help make health insurance coverage more affordable for people with low income
Medicaid renewal means millions of people could lose their benefits
After April 1, 2023, Medicaid recipients need to recertify their coverage and millions of people could find they lose their Medicaid benefits.
Full vs. partial dual eligibility — what’s the difference?
What’s the difference between full and partial dual eligibility, and how does cost sharing help reduce the cost of Medicare benefits?
Why Medicaid eligibility is needed for D-SNP coverage
Dual Special Needs Plan (D-SNP) members need to keep their Medicaid coverage, or they could lose their dual health plan coverage.
What is Medicaid expansion?
An overview of how Medicaid expansion helps provide health insurance for people with low incomes. Who benefits from Medicaid expansion and what’s the Medicaid coverage gap?
Medicaid vs. Medicare: You can have both
Medicaid vs Medicare: What’s the difference between these two government health insurance programs? See if you meet the requirements.