Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans (C-SNP) by CARE N' CARE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA
CARE N' CARE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA offers 1 C-SNP Medicare Advantage plans in North Carolina. The average government quality score of these plans is not available. 1 of these plans are new plans for 2023 and do not have quality ratings yet.
All of these plans include Part D Prescription Drug coverage because C-SNP Medicare Advantage Plans are required to include prescription drug coverage. All of these plans include coverage for extra benefits such as dental, vision, or hearing.
Summary of Available C-SNP Medicare Advantage Plans
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Frequently Asked Questions
About Chronic Condition SNP
Chronic Conditions Special Needs Plans (C-SNP) are Medicare Advantage plans for beneficiaries with certain chronic or disabling conditions, such as diabetes, heart conditions, or cancer. These plans are designed with benefits and coverage to help these beneficiaries manage their chronic conditions.
What conditions are considered chronic and do I need to have a chronic condition to be eligible for a C-SNP?
Yes, eligibility for a Chronic Condition SNP requires that you have one more of the following severe or disabling chronic conditions:
- Chronic alcohol and other dependence
- Autoimmune disorders
- Cancer (excluding pre-cancer conditions)
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Chronic heart failure
- Diabetes mellitus
- End-stage liver disease
- End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) requiring dialysis (any mode of dialysis)
- Severe hematologic disorders
- Chronic lung disorders
- Chronic and disabling mental health conditions
- Neurologic disorders
Yes, Chronic Condition SNPs can be designed for specific conditions, such as C-SNPs specifically for diabetes or chronic heart failure. These plans may have access to a network of doctors and providers who specialize in treating the specific chronic condition. Also, the plan’s prescription drug coverage could be specialized to include specific drugs for treating the chronic condition.