With over 32 percent of the national market in Medicare supplements, this carrier easily earns the reputation as a powerhouse in this industry. Their products are branded AARP.
As you review the details of your Medicare coverage, youâ€™ll find that you would still be responsible for some potential expenses unless you supplement Medicare.Â UnitedHealthcare offers Medicare supplement insurance policies (often referred to as Medigap plans because they fill in Medicareâ€™s coverage gaps) to help pay for some of the medical expenses that Medicare alone does not cover.
UnitedHealthcare offers supplemental plans A, B, C, F, 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, youâ€™re entitled to guarantee acceptance when you apply for Medigap insurance. If youâ€™re under age 65, some states have a similar open enrollment period, but not all states have the same guidelines.
Why choose a Medicare supplement plan with UnitedHealthcare?
Additionally, all plans bring with them special value-added benefits, such as:
24-hour Nurse HealthLine
SilverSneakers Fitness Program (not available in all states)
To arrange for a complementary consultation by phone, just click here or call our toll-free number at 1-866-323-1441. You may want to review our comprehensive online educational resources in advance, but our expert Personal Advisors can also answer your questions about all types of Medicare plans and help you enroll quickly and easily.
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