Visit UnitedHealthcare's website to read detailed information about each about each plan option's coverage and benefits.
In most situations, your doctor, pharmacy, hospital, or other medical provider is responsible for submitting claims. Don’t be concerned if your doctors are not in the UHC network — however, they must accept Medicare. Contact UnitedHealthcare at (866) 519-5401, TTY 711 with any questions regarding claims.
Contact the company that issued your ID card for a replacement:
Group Medicare Advantage: Sign in or register on the UHC website and click on the "View and Print Member ID Card" link on the home page, or call UnitedHealthcare for assistance
Dental: Call Cigna Dental, (800) 244-6224
You may also contact Client Services at the Medical Trust at (800) 480-9967.
Medicare is the health insurance program sponsored by the federal government.
Most people over age 65
Some disabled people under age 65
People with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
Medicare Part A provides coverage for hospital inpatient care, skilled nursing facility care, hospice care and some home health care. Most people do not have to apply for Part A, since enrollment is automatic at age 65.
Medicare Part B provides coverage for medical expenses, including physician services; some other medical services that Part A does not cover, such as physical and occupational therapy; and some home health care. Most people pay monthly for Part B through a deduction from their Social Security payments.
You can find more information in the downloadable Medicare & You handbook.
Spouse & Dependents
Annual enrollment is a designated period each year when members may enroll in, or make changes to, healthcare coverage for themselves and/or their dependents. Selected plans become effective on the first day of the following plan year. Annual enrollment for the Group Medicare Advantage plan coincides with Medicare's open enrollment period, usually in the fall, for the benefit year effective the following January 1.
Yes, you may change your coverage if you experience a significant life event, such as the death of a spouse, marriage, divorce, retirement, or the return to active compensated ministry. Keep in mind that your coverage change must be directly related to your significant life event. For example, if you get married, you may add your new spouse to your coverage.
No, you should contact us three months before you become eligible for Medicare.
It depends. Please contact Client Services at (800) 480-9967, Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 8:00PM ET (excluding holidays) for more information.