There are 7 different UnitedHealth Medicare Supplemental Plans, each offering full coverage of the basic benefits in addition to certain extra coverage. The availability of these depends on the senior insured person’s place of residence.
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement
- Plan A: Includes hospitalization coinsurance, hospital costs up to an additional 365 days after Original Medicare benefits are exhausted, Part A and Part B coinsurance and/or copayments, Part A hospice coinsurance or copayment, first three pints of blood.
- Plan B: Includes Plan A benefits, 100% coverage of Part A deductible.
- Plan C: Includes Plans A and B benefits, 100% Part A coinsurance for skilled nursing care, 100% Part B deductible, foreign travel emergency care up to plan limits.
- Plan F: Includes Plan C benefits, 100% Part B excess charges.
- High Deductible Plan F: Makes insured responsible for expenses incurred up to the plan deductible amount and then takes over coverage of costs.
- Plans K and L: Pay 50% and 75% respectively of some benefits and includes an annually variable out-of-pocket cap on expenses.
- Plan N: Includes all benefits mentioned earlier, 100% Part B coinsurance (other than two exceptions), 100% Part A deductible and coinsurance for skilled nursing care.
AARP Medicare plans insured through UnitedHealthcare offer comprehensive plans for seniors. For enrolling in these plans, physical examinations are not a pre-requisite and plan coverages are not based on pre-existing health conditions. AARP MedicareComplete plans include $0 monthly premiums, Medicare Part B premiums, yearly limit for out-of-pocket expenses, fixed copays for doctor visits, access to preventive services, worldwide emergency care, annual eye and ear care, drug coverage for branded and generic prescription drugs and other benefits not covered by Original Medicare.
The contract dispute between Premier Health Network and UnitedHealthcare has been resolved. UnitedHealthcare policyholders will continue to enjoy quality, affordable healthcare facilities with the newly formed multi-year relationship between the two partners. Effective Jan. 1, 2018, access to Premier Health Network’s physicians and medical facilities, along with Premier Health’s hospitals and other sites of service are restored.