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Types of Medicaid Insurance

Exclusive Provider Organizations (EPOs)
Exclusive Provider Organizations (EPOs)

Learn about Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) plans by reviewing the definition in the HealthCare.gov Glossary.

Health Savings Accounts
Health Savings Accounts

Medicare works with private insurance companies to offer you ways to get your health care coverage. These companies can choose to offer a consumer-directed Medicare Advantage Plan, called a Medicare MSA Plan. These plans are similar to Health Savings Account Plans available outside of Medicare. You can choose your health care services and providers.

source: medicare.gov
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If you have Medicare and full Medicaid coverage, most of your health care costs are likely covered. You can get your Medicare coverage through Original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C). If you have Medicare and full Medicaid, you'll get your Part D prescription drugs through Medicare.

source: medicare.gov
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Participating Provider Options (PPOs),
Participating Provider Options (PPOs),

Coverage options outside Open ... but you may still be able to enroll in 2018 health insurance through a Special ... to create a network of participating providers.

Point-of-Service (POS) Plans
Point-of-Service (POS) Plans

Find affordable POS plans and apply for coverage online What is a POS plan? A Point of Service (POS) plan has some of the qualities of HMO and PPO plans with benefit levels varying depending on whether you receive your care in or out of the health insurance company's network of providers.

Point-of-Service (POS),
Point-of-Service (POS),

What is a POS plan? A Point of Service (POS) plan has some of the qualities of HMO and PPO plans with benefit levels varying depending on whether you receive your care in or out of the health insurance company's network of providers. How does a POS plan work? POS plans combine elements of both HMO and PPO plans.

Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs)
Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs)

A Medicare PPO Plan is a type of Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) offered by a private insurance company. In a PPO Plan, you pay less if you use doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers that belong to the plan's network. You pay more if you use doctors, hospitals, and providers outside of the network.

source: medicare.gov