You also have the freedom to choose between multiple Medicare Advantage plans. These combine inpatient, outpatient, and in some cases, prescription coverage. The result is a comprehensive policy that gives you everything you need under one plan.
If you qualify for Medicare under 65, it may also be likely that you are eligible for a Medicare Special Needs Plan. This is for those who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid (D-SNP), require institutional care (I-SNP), or have chronic and disabling conditions (C-SNP).
The benefits to an SNP include significant discounts on treatments aimed at treating your condition. You’ll get focused, coordinated care from a physician of your choice and you’ll have guaranteed prescription drug coverage.