To qualify for the additional benefits, you must be a Dual beneficiary – Medicare (Federal) and Medicaid (State) Beneficiary.
Some of the additional Benefits you could qualify for are:
Lower Prescription costs
Listed below are the requirements to be eligible for Dual Enrollment:
Limited income and meet certain other requirements, you may qualify for programs to help you pay some of your out-of-pocket Medicare costs. Medicare Savings Programs may help with your Part B premiums.
If you qualify for these programs your Part B cost may be paid for. Some individuals paying $170 (in 2022) for Part B may receive help with their deductibles or coinsurance costs.
Listed below are three Plan options:
- 1. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Individual $1,153 Monthly $13,836 Yearly, Assets $7,970 Couple $11,960.
- 2. Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) Individual $1,379 Monthly $18,612 Yearly, Assets $,7970 Couple $11,960.
- 3. Qualified Individuals (QI) Individual $1,549 Monthly $18,588 Yearly, Assets $7,970 Couple $11,960.