AARP UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage PPO
UHC’s Medicare Advantage PPO has a nationwide network and a $3,900 maximum out of pocket. The plan also offers hearing aid coverage, dental, vision and gym memberships with a free Fitbit activity tracker. You can order over the counter medications to be shipped to your door each quarter.
For diabetic members, your test strips and monitoring supplies are shipped to your door monthly at no cost. In addition, select insulin medications will have a $35 copay all year, with NO INCREASE when you reach the Coverage Gap.
Routine Dental services are supplemental benefits offered on many UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans. They cover additional services not covered by Original Medicare. These benefits are offered in addition to medical benefits to better meet the needs of members. The main vendor for routine Dental is UnitedHealthcare Dental. Preferred Care Partners and Medica utilize Solstice Dental as their vendor in certain parts of Florida.View Document
Routine Vision services are supplemental benefits offered on many plans that cover additional routine vision services not covered under the Original Medicare benefit. The routine vision benefits, routine eye exams and eyewear, are offered in addition to medical benefits to better meet the needs of members.View Document
Renew Active TM gives Medicare Advantage members more ways to help them stay healthy. Renew Active is focused on helping the 65+ population maintain functional mobility and cognitive health through:
- Broad access to participating fitness locations
- In-person fitness orientations
- Group exercise classes
- Online brain exercises and activities
- Digital resources
- Private Renew Active Fitbit digital community
- Plan-specific incentives through Renew Rewards
The opportunity to enroll in the plan begins October 15 and runs until December 7, 2020. You have multiple ways to enroll: Attend a one on one meeting with Jeff and Paul at one of these locations.
Lifestyle tips to prevent or control diabetes:
- Maintain a healthy weight – blood glucose levels can improve with weight loss.
- Stay active – move your body for at least 30 minutes each day.
- Eat healthy – eat well balanced meals. Avoid foods high in fat, calories and salt.
- Avoid tobacco – smoking increases your risk of heart attack, stroke or cancer.
- Medication – medications can help the body make more insulin or help insulin do its job.
Over the Counter
Solutran offers an OTC program designed with several options for members. Benefit Credits are provided each quarter to members. The quarterly benefit credits range from $40, $50. $60, or $80 depending on the health plan’s credit amount. Credits expire at the end of each quarter. The OTC program supports members with health and wellness options.View Document
Personal Emergency Response System
With the Personal Emergency Response System help is a button push away. The Personal Emergency Response System is an in-home monitoring device that can provide the member with the confidence of knowing they have quick access to the help they need 24/7/365 in any situation, whether emergency services or just the familiar face of their neighbor is required. The device is a lightweight, discreet button that can be worn on the wrist or as a pendant (optional automatic fall detection feature available). It is also safe to wear in the shower or bath. The member must have a working landline and/or access to AT&T cellular* phone coverage to take part in this benefit.View Document
Get more for your Medicare dollar with an AARP® Medicare Advantage PPO plan from UnitedHealthcare®. Whether you’re at home or traveling, these plans give you the freedom to see any doctor nationwide that accepts Medicare including both in and out of network doctors.View Document
Attend a one on one meeting with Jeff and Paul at one of these locations:
October 8, 10am to 1pm
October 21, 3pm to 6pm
November 5, 3pm to 6pm
November 18, 3pm to 6pm
October 8, 3pm to 6pm
October 21, 10am to 1pm
November 5, 10am to 1pm
November 18, 10am to 1pm
October 13, 10am to 1pm
October 29, 10am to 1pm
November 17, 10am to 1pm
October 13, 4pm to 7pm
October 29, 4pm to 7pm
November 17, 4pm to 7pm
October 9, 10am to 1pm
October 20, 11am to 2pm
November 4, 11am to 2pm
December 1, 10am to 1pm
October 9, 3pm to 6pm
October 20, 4pm to 7pm
November 4, 4pm to 7pm
December 1, 3pm to 6pm
October 22, 4pm to 7pm
November 11, 4pm to 7pm
October 5, 4pm to 7pm
October 14, 5pm to 7pm
November 16, 5pm to 7pm
December 2, 4pm to 7pm