Plans that combine Medicare and Medicaid have no or low costs

Find out costs for premium, deductible and copays with a Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO) plan.

If you’re age 65 or older and eligible for Medicare and Medicaid (called Medical Assistance in Minnesota), you could qualify for a Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO) plan at no or low cost.

MSHO combines Medical Assistance and Medicare Parts A, B and D in one plan. It has coverage for all of these types of care: hospital, medical, dental, prescription drugs, home and community-based services, long-term care, and extra benefits to support healthy living.

And the cost to you? Generally, the plan costs you $0. Here’s what you pay for monthly premium, deductible and copays with an MSHO plan.

Health care costWhat you pay if you have a Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO) plan
Monthly premium
Medical Assistance$0
Medicare Part A$0
Medicare Part B$0
Medicare Part D$0
Deductible$0
Copays
Covered medical services in network$0
Outpatient prescription drugs$0 or a small copay, depending on your income or if you live in a long-term care facility

Learn how to get Medicare and Medicaid in one plan. If you think you’re eligible for an MSHO plan, you can get information from: