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Dual Eligible

Get more benefits with a dual eligible Medicare and Medicaid plan from Elderplan, at no extra cost to you.

In addition to the Medicare and Medicaid benefits, Elderplan offers dual-eligible individuals more benefits like care management, comprehensive dental, and Over-the-Counter (OTC) coverage, which now also includes groceries and home-delivered meals, free gym membership, free transportation, and much more.

If you have Medicare and Medicaid, Elderplan can offer you two plan options:

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Elderplan Plus Long-Term Care (HMO D-SNP)

This plan is designed for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries who need valuable assistance with long-term care at home and want the convenience of their medical and prescription drug coverage in one plan. Receive the care and support you need in the safety and comfort of your own home from the only 5-star MAP plan in New York State*.

Available in the Bronx, New York, Queens, Kings, Richmond, Nassau, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess and Orange counties

Proud to earn five stars
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Elderplan for Medicaid Beneficiaries (HMO D-SNP)

This plan is designed for Medicare Beneficiaries who also have Medicaid. We understand that coordinating your Medicare and Medicaid benefits can be challenging. That’s why we created a plan that makes your life a little easier by managing your medical, hospital, and prescription drug benefits at little-to-no cost.

Benefits in One Plan Available in the Bronx, New York, Queens, Kings, Westchester and Nassau counties

* We’re recognized as having the only 5-star MAP plan in New York State.

These ratings demonstrate that our members appreciate the best-in-class care they receive each and every day, and that is what sets Elderplan apart from other plans. So, take a look at the benefits offered by our health plans. You’ll see why Elderplan is becoming the Medicare Health Plan of choice for more independence-minded New Yorkers.