Modern Healthcare: As the federal government sets about promoting more integrated care for patients eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid, it is also considering cracking down on a type of health plan that could complicate that goal.
These plans, referred to as dual-eligible special needs (D-SNP) plan "look-alikes," are designed and marketed to attract dual-eligible patients, who may enroll thinking they will receive integrated Medicare and Medicaid benefits and extra care coordination. Instead, they find themselves in general Medicare Advantage plans without the ability to integrate with Medicaid and miss out on benefits they could receive elsewhere, critics argue.
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