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  • Turning 65
  • Chronic Condition
    • What benefits are included in a Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan?

      Benefits may include access to qualified specialists, a choice of providers specific to your special needs, clinical case management programs, specific nutrition recommendations, and a care support team to help keep you on track with your treatment.

      Some Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans feature benefits designed to help you save money on the care necessary to manage your chronic condition. This includes coverage for your prescription drugs.

      In addition, some Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans also include specific care coordination services. These can help give you a better understanding of your condition, help you manage it more effectively, and help improve your quality of life.

    • Do I qualify for a Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan?

      Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans are for individuals with specific conditions. Some of the most common conditions include:

      • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
      • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
      • Diabetes
      • End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)

      Visit the Medicare website for a current list of conditions that may qualify you for a Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan by clicking here.

    • Why should I apply for a Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan?

      You have the option to enroll in a Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan. A Medicare Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan may help ensure that you receive the health care benefits specially tailored for your chronic condition.

      This often includes ensuring access to case management programs, specific nutrition recommendations, and discounts on prescription drugs.

    • How can I enroll today?

      If you have questions about enrolling in Medicare, visit medicare.gov. Also, we can connect you with a licensed insurance agent and other Medicare resources. Don’t wait, call us today at 702.623.0183 (TTY: 711).

    • What areas does HealthCare Partners service?

      We provide care for patients throughout Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump, Boulder City, and Mesquite.

  • Recently Moved
    • If I had Medicare previously and recently moved, I may not be covered?

      Not necessarily. Depending on your plan, the Medicare Advantage plan may not follow you to a new city, county, or state, so it is important to check the status of your plan and re-enroll, if necessary.

    • When should I enroll in Medicare Advantage?

      If you had coverage through a Medicare Advantage plan before you moved and have notified your plan, your Special Enrollment Period timeframe begins one month before you move and lasts for two months after your move.

      If you don’t notify your plan until after your move, you can switch plans the month you provided notice of the move and up to two months after.

    • Which areas does HealthCare Partners service?

      We have clinics throughout Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump, Boulder City, and Mesquite.

We’re here for you!

At HealthCare Partners we want you to stay as active and healthy as possible in the coming years. As you make your Medicare choices, it’s important to remember that your doctor and care team are key partners in your health.

For help and additional information on Medicare enrollment, we can connect you with a licensed insurance agent who can help you understand your options. Call us at 702.623.0183 (TTY: 711) for more information!

To learn more, visit medicare.gov or contact your current health care plan.

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