The three types of Special Needs Plans are
Dual, Chronic Condition and Institutional/Institutional-Equivalent.
Which of the following statement is correct about Medicare Savings Account (MSA) Plans?
I. MSAs may have not have a network or may have a full or partial network of providers.
II. MSA plans must cover preventive services that have no cost sharing before the enrollee has met the deductible.
III. An individual who is eligible for health care benefits through the Veteran’s Administration may enroll in an MSA.
IV. Non-network providers must accept the same amount that Original Medicare would pay them as payment in full.