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D-SNPs with Healthy Blue Missouri

Medicare plans with extra care and support for you

Healthy Blue Missouri has special Medicare plans if you have both Medicare and MO HealthNet (Medicaid in Missouri). These plans, called Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs), have extra benefits you may not even know about. For example, a D-SNP with Healthy Blue Missouri includes money for health products, and dental, vision, and prescription drug coverage.

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Doctor visits

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Vision care

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Dental care

Talk to an experienced advisor about what you need or see if Healthy Blue Missouri is available in your county.

Call: 1-800-760-4350 (TTY: 711) 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Reasons to choose a Healthy Blue Missouri Medicare plan

Learn more about the benefits you will have with our Medicare plans.

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Save while you shop with your over-the-counter benefit

Our Medicare Advantage HMO plans give you a spending account for over-the-counter (OTC) health products. You can shop online or in-store for items like toothpaste, vitamins, pain relievers, and more.

Save on prescription drugs

Don’t pay full price for drugs again. Our plans include prescription drug benefits, also known as Medicare Part D. You’re only responsible for copays and you can set up medication delivery too.

Save on dental, vision and hearing care.

Don’t pay anything for eye and ear exams and teeth cleanings. Dental, vision, and hearing benefits are included at no cost to you.

These aren’t the only benefits you’ll enjoy with Medicare Advantage D-SNPs from Healthy Blue Missouri. There’s telehealth, personal emergency response systems, and more. Check to see if our plans are available in your area.

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How Medicare and Medicaid work together to cover your care

Medicare is a federal government program, and Medicaid, called MO HealthNet in Missouri, is a state-run service.  
When you have both Medicare and Medicaid, Medicare pays first for the cost of your care. Medicaid pays second, covering copays and other costs not covered. For example, Medicaid covers the Part B monthly premium you would pay if you only had Medicare.

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Medicare Savings Programs

If you qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid, you’re likely eligible for Medicare Savings Programs too. Find out more about how Medicare Savings Programs can help cover coinsurance, deductibles and more.

How to sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan 

If you’re enrolled in Medicare, you can add a Medicare Advantage plan, including a D-SNP, at certain times during the year. Learn more about the different Medicare enrollment periods.

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Turning 65?

If you haven’t enrolled in Medicare, learn more about the Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), the seven-month window you have when you're turning 65.