At a glance
UnitedHealthcare offers different Medicare plan options to help meet the unique needs of millions of individuals around the country.
UnitedHealthcare Medicare plan options include Medicare Advantage plans (Medicare Part C), Medicare Supplement Insurance plans (Medigap), Medicare Prescription Drug plans (Medicare Part D) and Medicare Special Needs Plans.
Speak with a licensed insurance agent to compare UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage coverage options in your area. Call us at TTY Users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Medicare Advantage plans provide all the same coverage as Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) combined into a single plan.
Most UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans include extra benefits for things that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. These additional benefits can include things like:
Medicare Advantage plans also feature annual out-of-pocket spending limits, which can help protect you from thousands of dollars in Medicare costs. Original Medicare doesn’t include an out-of-pocket max.
UnitedHealthcare offers several types of Medicare Advantage plans. These plan options include, but aren’t limited to:
UnitedHealthcare also offers several types of Medicare Special Needs Plans (SNPs), which are designed to serve people who have specific health care or budget needs.
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans come with affordable – and sometimes $0 – premiums. Not all plans are available in all areas, and you may have more plans available to you.
A licensed insurance agent can help you compare or enroll in UnitedHealthcare Medicare plans in your area. Call us at TTY Users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Original Medicare does not typically provide coverage for prescription drugs.
If you want Medicare coverage for prescription drugs, you can consider enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan that offers prescription drug coverage, or you can enroll in a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plan (PDP).
Each UnitedHealthcare PDP has a drug formulary, which details the commonly used generic and brand name prescription drugs that are covered by the plan and the cost tiers that those drugs are on. Generally, lower-cost drugs are on a lower tier, and higher-cost drugs are on a higher tier.
UnitedHealthcare offers several different Medicare Part D plans:
The AARP MedicareRx Walgreens plan features low premiums and the flexibility to fill your prescriptions at one of more than 8,000 Walgreens locations nationwide.
The AARP MedicareRx Preferred plan offers the most extensive UnitedHealthcare drug coverage, including most generic and commonly prescribed name-brand drugs. The plan also features a $0 annual deductible and a broad nationwide pharmacy network.2
The AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus plan could be a good fit for you if you don’t take many prescription drugs and want a plan with low copays.
You may be able to mail-order certain prescriptions for delivery to your home with AARP Medicare Part D plans from UnitedHealthcare that include the OptumRx® benefit.3
With OptumRx, there is no charge for standard delivery of your prescriptions to any address in the U.S. and U.S. territories. New prescriptions typically arrive within ten business days, and refills usually arrive in around seven business days.
Not all of these plans are offered in all areas. You can learn more about UnitedHealthcare Medicare prescription drug coverage in your area by calling TTY Users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
UnitedHealthcare offers a wide selection of Medicare plans. However, plan selection will differ from one area to another.
To speak with a licensed insurance agent and compare the UnitedHealthcare Medicare coverage options in your area, call us at TTY Users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Every 5 minutes on average, we help someone enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan.4
Or call a licensed insurance agent1-855-580-1854
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