Have Questions about Medicare Plans? Call UnitedHealthcare now at: 1-855-356-6098 (TTY 711) OR 1-877-517-5276 (TTY 711)

UnitedHealthcare was incorporated in 1977. In 2007, they had over 5 million Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. Those consumers saved a total of $30 billion in out-of-pocket expenses over the first two years of the program. It was in 1998 when United HealthCare Corporation was renamed UnitedHealth Group. Then in 2012 UHC refreshes its brand identity by launching an updated, modern logo along with a new visual design system. Today they offer the following types of Medicare Plans:

  • Medicare Advantage Plans – You will find that most Medicare Advantage plans combine Medicare Part A, Part B and Part D coverage all into one plan. Generally, members can take advantage of additional benefits, like hearing, fitness, and more with these plans.
  • Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans – A standardized Medicare supplement insurance plan will help with some of the out-of-pocket costs that Original Medicare doesn’t pay. It will also offer features such as no referrals needed and no network restrictions but only if your doctor accepts Medicare patients. Additionally, you can choose to enroll in a Part D prescription drug plan.
  • Medicare Prescription Drug Plans – A Part D plan will offer prescription drug coverage. This plan will help pay for some Medicare-covered prescription drugs it may be used along with or in addition to Original Medicare and with Medicare supplement insurance plans.
  • Medicare Special Needs Plans – UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans are designed to provide you more care for your Medicare dollar. They generally offer benefits and services that go beyond Original Medicare and most will include coverage for prescription drugs. They offer a variety of different of Medicare Advantage plans to fit your health and budget needs.

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If you need to learn more about medicare, follow the easy steps below. We have provided a quick guide for you to find out more and how you can sign in to a current medicare account or activate a new online account and gain access to manage your medicare insurance online.

What you need to view UnitedHealthcare Medicare Insurance information:

  • Internet Access
  • Personal Information

Steps to follow:

  1. Visit: https://www.uhc.com/medicare or this link in your internet browser on your device.
  2. You will find more information links on the left hand side of the page.
  3. You can also search, find and enroll in a plan by typing in your 5 digit zip code in the field provided.

Steps to follow to login to a current account:

  1. Visit: www.uhc.com/medicare in your internet browse on your device.
  2. Click on any “Sign In’ button or link found in any “Already a Member?” section or visit: https://www.medicare.uhc.com/
  3. Type in your Username in the field provided.
  4. Type in your current Password in the field provided.
  5. Click on the “Sign In” button.
  6. Begin managing your online account.

Steps to follow to create / activate a new UHC Medicare online account:

  1. Visit: www.uhc.com/medicare in your internet browse on your device.
  2. Click on any “Sign In’ button or link found in any “Already a Member?” section or visit: https://www.medicare.uhc.com/
  3. Click on the “Register now ” button.
  4. Type in your First and Last Name in the fields provided.
  5. Type in your Date Of Birth in the field provided.
  6. Type in your Zip Code in the field provided.
  7. Type in your Plan Member ID in the field provided.
  8. Click on the ”Continue” button.
  9. Continue to move forward and provide all the required information until you receive a successful registration confirmation.

If you successfully registered you will receive an email verification showing that all is good with your registration. You will now have full access to the your online account and can begin taking advantage of the benefits that your plan includes.