UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company (UnitedHealthcare) is the sole insurer for AARP Medicare Supplement insurance plans.
What is AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance?
Private insurance companies such as UnitedHealthcare sell AARP Medicare Supplement plans to reduce out-of-pocket expenses associated with Medicare Parts A & B. Supplement plans can be used to pay for coinsurance or deductibles that are not covered under Original Medicare. Retirees 65 years and older can get them if they are enrolled in Original Medicare Parts A or B. Supplement plans cannot be combined with Medicare Advantage (Part C).
You can get a Medicare Supplement Plan.
Any doctor or hospital accepting Medicare.
Any specialist who accepts Medicare will see you, even if there is no referral.
When you travel, get coverage wherever in the U.S. Medicare is accepted.
You can choose from eight AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance plans
There are eight AARP Medicare Supplement Plans available in most states. The plans in Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin are different. These plans still offer the same essential benefits. Your retirees can choose from AARP Medicare Supplement plans to suit their needs and budget.
What are the plans?
AARP Medicare Supplement Plans are available in all 50 States, Washington, D.C., and most U.S. Territories.
Consider AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans for Your Group.
UnitedHealthcare can assist you in developing a strategy and implementing a cost-effective plan to manage administrative requirements and costs. Check out these benefits for employers.
Simplified plan administration
UnitedHealthcare simplifies enrollment and transition by handling administrative services, billing, and claims.
Competitive, cost-effective rates
We insure more than 4.5 million retired people nationwide to keep national costs down.
You have the option of choosing from a variety of contribution levels
Employers can subsidize all or part of the monthly premium that retirees will pay.
Employers have the option to send retirement personalized enrollment materials. Retirees can also have a personalized, customized experience calling in to enroll or for customer service.
UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company can ensure AARP Medicare Supplement plans. AARP also endorses them. AARP Medicare Supplement plans to carry the AARP brand. Every product or service bearing the AARP name has been carefully reviewed and chosen to meet AARP’s high quality and service standards.
Transition planning and implementation
UnitedHealthcare aims to work with you and help your retired patients become more informed healthcare consumers. You can expect your retirees to be informed about their plans via various outreach methods, including phone and direct mail.
These plans can be beneficial to retirees.
AARP Medicare Supplement Plans offer many benefits for your retired loved ones.
- There are no network restrictions
- No referrals required
- Stable rates
- Numerous plan options
- All-inclusive coverage and care are available in the U.S. Some plans provide a range for travel to other countries.
- As long as you pay your premiums on time, plans are guaranteed for life
- Fewer claim forms
- Services that add value, such as discounts and other services
Combining AARP Medicare Supplement Plans with Medicare Part D Plans
AARP Medicare Supplement plans are combined with individual or group Medicare Part D plans (or prescription drug coverage) to provide the best coverage for your retirees. Your retirees can combine Medicare Supplement, and Part D plans to avoid additional fees or penalties when joining a Part D program after age 65.