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UnitedHealthcare | Medicare Plans 2018

image0011Medicare Advantage Plans

One plan. One simple way to get coverage.

The Part A benefits covered by Medicare Advantage (MA) plans include hospital stays, skilled nursing care and home health care. MA plans also cover all the benefits of Medicare Part B, including doctor visits, outpatient care and preventive services. Many also include benefits like routine hearing and vision care, a fitness program, wellness services or a nurse helpline. An MA plan might be a good choice if you’d like coverage beyond what Original Medicare provides, but don’t need prescription drug coverage.

One plan. One card. One simple way to start living healthier.

With a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan (MAPD), you get Part A coverage, Part B coverage and Part D prescription drug coverage in one convenient plan. An MAPD plan might be a good choice for you if you like the benefits offered by an MA plan, but also need prescription drug coverage.

One company. Many plans. Find the one that may be a good fit for you.

UnitedHealthcare® Medicare Solutions plans include Medicare Advantage plans with UnitedHealthcare® or AARP® brand names (such as AARP® MedicareComplete®). Plans offer combinations of benefits and features designed to fit a wide variety of budgets and healthcare needs.


Medicare prescription drug plans offered through UnitedHealthcare.

2017 AARP MedicareRx Walgreens (PDP) 2017 AARP MedicareRx Preferred  (PDP) 2017 AARP MedicareRx
Saver Plus (PDP)
Might be a good
fit for you if
You’re looking for a low premium and can fill your prescriptions at one of more than 8,000 Walgreens locations. You’re looking for a plan with a good value and robust drug coverage. You’re looking for coverage for the most commonly used prescription drugs.
Annual
Deductible   
$0 for Drug Tiers 1-2
$400 for Drug Tiers 3-5
$02 $400
Drug List    Includes most generic drugs covered by Medicare Part D. Includes most generic drugs and many commonly used brand name drugs covered by Medicare Part D.
Coverage Gap You pay no more than 51% of the total cost for generic drugs or 40% of the total cost for brand name drugs, for any drug tier during the coverage gap.
Preferred Retail Pharmacy Network    Co-pays as low as $0 when you fill your prescription at a Walgreens pharmacy.1,3,5 Co-pays as low as $2 when you fill your prescription at a Preferred Retail Network pharmacy.1,5 Co-pays as low as $1 when you fill your prescription at a Preferred Retail Network pharmacy.1,3,5
OptumRx Home Delivery $0 co-pay for a 90-day supply of Tier 1 medications (typically generic drugs).

Note: $0 co-pay is applicable for Tier 1 medications during the initial coverage phase and may not apply during the coverage gap; it does not apply during the catastrophic stage.

$0 co-pay for a 90-day supply of Tier 1 or Tier 2 medications (typically generic drugs).4

Note: $0 co-pay is applicable for Tier 1 and Tier 2 medications during the initial coverage phase and may not apply during the coverage gap; it does not apply during the catastrophic stage.

$0 co-pay for a 90-day supply of Tier 1 or Tier 2 medications (typically generic drugs).

Note: $0 co-pay is applicable for Tier 1 and Tier 2 medications during the initial coverage phase and may not apply during the coverage gap; it does not apply during the catastrophic stage.

 

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