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Mr. Greco is in excellent health

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Mr. Greco is in excellent health, lives in his own home, and has a sizeable income from his investments. He has a friend enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan (SNP). His friend has mentioned that the SNP charges very low cost-sharing amounts and Mr. Greco would like to join that plan. What should you tell him? Question 9Select one: a. SNPs only serve individuals eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare, so he cannot enroll. b. SNPs limit enrollment to certain subpopulations of beneficiaries. Given his current situation, he is unlikely to qualify and would not be able to enroll in the SNP. c. SNPs only serve individuals in long-term care facilities, so he cannot enroll. d. SNPs do not provide Part D prescription drug coverage, so if he does enroll, he should be aware that he will not have coverage for any medications he may need now or in the future.

b. SNPs limit enrollment to certain subpopulations of beneficiaries. Given his current situation, he is unlikely to qualify and would not be able to enroll in the SNP.

Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plans (SNPs) are designed to serve specific subpopulations of beneficiaries with special healthcare needs, such as those with chronic health conditions, institutionalized individuals, or those eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid (dual-eligible). Since Mr. Greco is in excellent health, living in his own home, and has a sizeable income from investments, he is unlikely to meet the specific eligibility criteria for enrollment in a Medicare Advantage SNP. Therefore, he would not be able to join the SNP that his friend is enrolled in.