Let’s update your browser so you can enjoy a faster, more secure site experience.
Answer a few quick questions to see what type of plan may be a good fit for you.
States A to - G
States H to - L
States N to - R
States S to - W
Information to clarify health plan choices for people with Medicaid and Medicare.
Learn about dual health plan benefits, and how they’re designed to help people with Medicaid and Medicare.
Do you or someone you know have Medicaid and Medicare? Learn how to enroll in a dual health plan.
What does it take to qualify for a dual health plan? Here are some resources for people with Medicaid and Medicare.
Frequently asked questions
Get answers to frequently asked questions for people with Medicaid and Medicare
Valuable information and tips to help those who care for people with both Medicaid and Medicare
Plans that are low cost or no-cost
Medicare dual eligible special needs plans
Plans that provide special coverage for those who have both Medicaid and Medicare
If You Enroll:
Your Coverage Begins:
When you first become eligible
The first day of the month you qualify for Medicare
In a Special Enrollment Period (SEP)
The first day of the next month
In the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP)
The first day of the next year
Note: if your SEP also happens to be during AEP, your coverage will begin the first day of the next month.
A Dual Health Plan
Routine Dental Care
Access to participating fitness centers.
Meals delivered at home
(when medically necessary)
In-home visists from an
advanced practice clinician.