Dual SNPs focus on consumers who receive state assistance with cost sharing. These plans are tailored to low-income, aged and disabled people who need help to get the most from what is available to them through Medicare and Medicaid. Dual SNPs provide consumers with benefits in addition to the benefits covered by Original Medicare, such as routine eyewear and transportation to doctor appointments. Members must have Medicaid to enroll.
DSNP Product Positioning Sheets provide an overview of plans in your area and are organized by Region and State. They also tell the story of our value proposition while helping you dig into the landscape of your market.
Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans (CSNP)
Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans (SNP) are designed for Medicare eligible consumers diagnosed with chronic conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disorders and/or chronic heart failure. These plans offer benefits in addition to those covered by Original Medicare such as dental, vision, transportation, and routine podiatry. UnitedHealthcare offers a variety of Chronic Condition SNP options for Medicare eligible consumers.
Institutional Special Needs Plans (ISNP)
Institutional SNPs focus on consumers who reside in a contracted skilled nursing facility or assisted living communities and require an institutional level of care. Institutional SNPs may provide consumers with benefits in addition to the benefits covered by Original Medicare, such as routine eyewear and dental coverage (preventive and/or comprehensive).
By using the Plan Search tool, it will allow you to explore all available plan options.
Please note that these quick reference guides are only for 2021. They may change year over year, and using the correct year is important.
States included in the Northeast Region: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C. and West Virginia