Institutional Special Needs Plans (I-SNP) by UnitedHealthcare
UnitedHealthcare offers 3 I-SNP Medicare Advantage plans in Texas. The average government quality score of these plans is 5.0 out of 5 stars.
All of these plans include Part D Prescription Drug coverage because I-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 I-SNP Medicare Advantage Plans
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Frequently Asked Questions
About Institutional SNP
Institutional Special Needs Plans (I-SNP) are Medicare Advantage plans designed for beneficiaries who require long periods of institutional care at a facility, such as a long term care skilled nursing facility or standard nursing facility - LTC SNF/NF or a psychiatric facility. I-SNPs may also cover beneficiaries who require nursing care at home.
To be eligible for an I-SNP someone must require, or expect to require, 90 days or longer of institutional level of care. Each State may have different assessment tools or methodologies to determine if someone’s required level of care is considered “institutional”.