UnitedHealthcare Medicare Plans
UnitedHealthcare offers a wide range of convenient products including Medicare Advantage (Part C) and Medicare Supplement plans.
UnitedHealthcare's Medicare Advantage plans are an alternative option to Original Medicare and are typically offered as HMO, HMO-POS, PPO and D-SNP plans. These plans often include additional benefits to beneficiaries including prescription drug coverage, dental, vision, hearing and other benefits such as wellness and fitness programs.
The benefits, co-payments, cost-sharing, coverage and provider networks vary across plan offerings.
UnitedHealthcare's Medicare Advantage Plans, also called Medicare Part C, are typically available in HMO, PPO, and HMO-POS options.
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement (Medigap)
UnitedHealthcare offers competitive Medigap plans that can suit a variety of beneficiary needs from flexibility to physician choice.
How long does it take to get contracted with UnitedHealthcare?
Contracting with UnitedHealthcare is a simple process. To get started, please complete the contact form to the right.
What else do I need to do to write UnitedHealthcare plans?
As a contracted agent, you will be required to complete annual compliance training and carrier-specific training to obtain your Ready-to-Sell status.
Read our UnitedHealthcare guide here.
United Health Group includes UnitedHealthcare and Optum. United Health Group was founded in 1972 and is based in Minnetonka, Minnesota.