UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement Plans 2023

UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement Plans 2023

UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement Plans 2023

UnitedHealthcare-logoUnitedHealthcare offers supplemental plans A, B, C, F, G, K, L and N (availability depends on the state in which you live). To read about the coverage each Medigap plan offers, click here.

When you are in your Open Enrollment period which is when you are 65 and covered by Medicare Part B, you’re entitled to guarantee acceptance when you apply for Medigap insurance. If you’re under age 65, some states have a similar open enrollment period, but not all states have the same guidelines.

Why Choose a UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement Plan?

  • Quick claim service – 98 percent of claims are processed within 10 business days
  • Competitive pricing
  • Low, stable annual rates

Additionally, all plans bring with them special value-added benefits, such as:

24-hour Nurse HealthLine

  • Help with treatment decisions, including deciding to go to a doctor or hospital
  • Information about doctors and hospitals
  • Prescription and medicine information

Vision Discounts

  • Save up to 30 percent on eyewear, including bifocals, lenses, and frames
  • Contact wearers save up to 10 percent on disposable lenses, and 20 percent on all other lenses
  • 90-day guarantee on all eyewear purchases
  • Pay only $40 for routine eye exams

Renew Active Fitness Program (not available in all states)

  • Members have free access to a gym membership, an online brain health program, and local health and wellness events
  • Signature classes designed for older adults and taught by certified instructors
  • Locations are nationwide
  • Members have the option to work with a personalized trainer to make and meet fitness goals

Complementary Assistance with UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement Plans

To arrange for a complementary consultation by phone, just click here or call our toll-free number at 1-800-913-3416. You may want to review our comprehensive online educational resources in advance, but our expert Personal Benefits Managers can also answer your questions about all types of Medicare plans and help you enroll quickly and easily.

United Healthcare Frequently Asked Questions

What Medigap plans does UnitedHealthCare offer?

UnitedHealthCare offers Medigap Plans A, B, C, F, G, K, L, and N. 

Plan availability depends on your location: Not all plans are offered in all locations. Plans F and C are no longer offered to new Medicare enrollees.

UnitedHealthCare also offers a standalone Medicare Part D (prescription drug) plan that works very well with Medicare supplement insurance.

Is this the AARP Medicare supplement insurance plan?

UnitedHealthCare is currently the only Medicare supplement carrier that has an endorsement from the AARP. As such it is among the most popular carriers on the market. 

If you buy an AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance plan, you’re actually buying the plan from UnitedHealthCare. 

How much does UHC Medigap Cost?

Costs vary substantially depending on the exact plan you choose, your age, and your location. Call Medigap Advisors for details, a free, easy needs analysis, and a quote.

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Rated 4 out of 5
October 3, 2022

I was with a different carrier’s Medicare Advantage plan for years. But as I got older, I needed to see different doctors. The Medicare Advantage plan was ok, but the narrow network made it harder and harder for me to see a specialist convenient to my location when I needed to. Plus, it was an HMO. So premiums were low, but I needed to get a referral every time I needed to see a specialist.

That meant I had to make two appointments: One with my primary care doctor to get the referral, and then another separate appointment to see a specialist.

I got tired of that routine. I called Medigap Advisors and my personal benefits manager told me I should look at United Healthcare’s medicare supplement plans.

So far, it’s worked out great: I can see almost any doctor in town, and I don’t need a referral to see a specialist. I can just make the appointment and go. If the service is covered by Medicare, I know it’s covered under my Medicare supplement plan.

My agent also told me that since I was leaving a plan that had built-in prescription drug coverage I also needed to buy a Medicare Part D plan to work on top of my new Medicare supplement plan. I did that, and I also added dental and vision coverage with a separate policy.

I’m paying more in premiums. But I’m getting a much better health care experience thanks to being able to choose my own doctor and clinic, and not have to jump through hoops to get a referral.

My advice to other people just becoming eligible for Medicare is to look at more than just the monthly premium. Look at what will happen at claim time. Look at the technology the company has on its website. Look at your agent, because the right agent can make a big difference. And consider your overall health care experience with the plan.

United Healthcare was one of the few options we had to us here in Lowell, Massachusetts. MA is terrible at healthcare, and almost every other medicare supplement plan stays the heck away from Massachusetts. So regular people like me don’t have any real choices.

So far, United Healthcare’s been really good at paying claims for my family. Not so good at customer service. So not giving them five stars, but they’re closes!

George, L