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Special needs plans (of SNPs) are a type of Medicare Advantage Coordinated Care Plan (CCP) that can be customized for members with more intense healthcare needs. There are three major types of SNPs: D-SNPs for Medicare-Medicaid dual eligible members, C-SNPs for members with certain chronic conditions, and I-SNPs for members residing in institutions for 90 days of more.


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Medicaid Dictionary

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  2. SNP- Special Needs Plan
  3. C-SNP- Chronic conditions special needs plan
  4. D-SNP- Dual eligible special needs plan
  5. I-SNP- Institutional special needs plan
  6. HIDE-SNIP- Highly integrated dual eligible special needs plan
  7. FIDE-SNIP- Fully integrated dual eligible special needs plan
  8. CCP- Coordinated care plan
  9. Dual eligibles- Members eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid coverage

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