Dual Eligible

Dual Eligible beneficiary is a general term referring to an individual eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. The term includes those enrolled in Medicare Part A and/or Part B, who also receive financial assistance from their state Medicaid program.

Another form of dual eligibility includes those who meet income limits to receive full Medicaid benefits. Individuals who qualify are Full Dual Eligibles. With this eligibility, an individual will often have access to additional health services and benefits at no extra cost through a Part C Medicare Advantage Plan.

These benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Dental coverage
  • Vision services, including glasses or contact lenses
  • Hearing services
  • Routine transportation to and from medical providers
  • Credit to order over-the-counter supplies from a catalog

Plans are county specific. Contact us to determine if you qualify for these added benefits.

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