Dual Special Needs Plans (DSNPs) coordinate care for individuals who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid — otherwise known as dually eligible. These plans offer a wide range of benefits to both states and dually eligible individuals.
States that use DSNPs have the flexibility to tailor their plans to meet the needs of their beneficiaries. These plans offer a single point of service that helps coordinate care for dually eligible individuals while reducing duplicative services and lowering administrative burden. Hear more about the value of DSNPs from our leaders.
Looking to learn more about Dual Special Needs Plans?
Interested in learning how DSNPs are funded, the eligibility requirements, and how these plans coordinate care experiences? Watch our full educational video. Then test your knowledge with our DSNP quiz.