Chronic Illness plans are designed to provide benefits, care and support of a specific chronic illness. Additionally, their network of doctors will specialize in treating your specific chronic condition. Many plans may cover extra days in the hospital too. The prescription drug plan is mandatory and is geared to offer medications that will treat your condition. You can qualify for a chronic illness plan if you have one of these conditions:
- Alzheimer’s or Dementia
- Chronic Heart Failure
- HIV or AIDS
- End stage liver disease
- End stage renal disease (ESRD) requiring dialysis
- Chronic lung disorder
- Autoimmune disorders
- Neurologic disorders
C-SNP Medicare Advantage plans aren’t available in all areas, and the benefits offered by plans can vary. Call us at 866-MEDIGAP or 866-633-4427 and let our licensed Medicare specialist review and compare the Chronic Illness eligibility options that are available in your area.
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