|Plan Type||Est. Premium*|
|Medigap Plan A:||$92.75||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan B:||$122.75||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan C:||$147.25||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan F:||$147.75||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan K:||$55.75||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan L:||$85.25||(shop rates)|
|Medigap Plan N:||$92.50||(shop rates)|
|SELECT Plan C:||$106.00||(shop rates)|
|SELECT Plan F:||$106.25||(shop rates)|
*Premiums shown are samples for a 65 year old, non-smoking woman in Georgia. You must request a quote to get an exact premium for your situation.
AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) is licensed in Georgia to sell UnitedHealthcare Medigap Plans. This page outlines the Medicare Supplement insurance available from this carrier, as well as resources to get an accurate quote. Medicare Supplements help pay the deductibles, copayments and coinsurance that come with Original Medicare. The underwriter has been selling supplemental insurance in Georgia for over 14 years. Their plan offerings are outlined below. A.M. Best Company, a nationally recognized insurance rating company, gave UnitedHealthcare an A rating.
All insurance companies that sell Medicare Plans must offer Plan A. This is the most basic policy covering the portions of Medicare Part A and Part B that the government doesn’t pay.
Georgia seniors with Medicare benefits are eligible to apply for a AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) Medigap Plan A policy. It's a Issue Age based premium. We recommend comparing this company's Plan A rate with these carriers:
- New Era Life Medigap Plan A (Georgia)
- Combined Medigap Plan A (Georgia)
- Continental Life Medigap Plan A (Georgia)
Plan B is available in most states. It covers basic benefits plus your Skilled Nursing coinsurance, but nothing else. In some rare cases, the premium for this policy could make it worth taking on the risk of those things not covered. Most people find a better alternative by choosing a Plan D, G, or H at a similar price.
You can get Plan B in Georgia from AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company). They use the Issue Age cost method to calculate their monthly rates. Before making your final decision, you might want to compare premiums with these carriers:
- Continental Life Medigap Plan B (Georgia)
- Assured Life Association Medigap Plan B (Georgia)
- Madison National Medigap Plan B (Georgia)
Plan C covers every penny of what Medicare approves, up to the approved payment amount. In other words, there are only two instances in which Plan C will not cover what is left of your charges after Medicare pays its share. The first instance is when Medicare doesn’t approve the charge at all. The second is when your healthcare provider charges more than the Medicare approved amount. This is because Plan C does not cover Medicare Part B Excess Charges.
If you take care to avoid the Medicare Part B excess charges, this is an attractive policy, and AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) offers it in Georgia. The monthly premium is calculated using the Issue Age cost method. Before you make a final decision, be sure to compare. Here are a few companies with good rates:
- New Era Life Medigap Plan C (Georgia)
- Sterling Life Medigap Plan C (Georgia)
- Transamerica Medigap Plan C (Georgia)
AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) offers the Medicare SELECT Plan C policy to Georgia seniors. This plan does requires the policyholder to use hospitals and, in some instances, doctors within the company's network in order to receive the full coverage benefits of the plan. Be sure that you compare premiums to make sure you're found the best rate:
Plan F is the most popular of all supplements. It offers comprehensive coverage for everything Original Medicare doesn’t cover as long as the charge is approved.
There are No Co Pays, No Deductibles and No Out of Pocket Costs with Plan F. That means if your Medicare Part A or Part B pay a penny on any doctor or hospital charges, this policy will cover the gap. Period.
The two gaps that are not covered are At Home Recovery and Preventative Care. These expenses are not covered by Medicare at all.
Plan F is by far the most commonly purchased Medicare supplement in Georgia. AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) offers a good Medigap Plan F, however, don't forget to compare prices. Make sure you're getting the lowest premium available in Georgia by comparing quotes from these insurance carriers:
- New Era Life Medigap Plan F (Georgia)
- Continental Life Medigap Plan F (Georgia)
- Sterling Life Medigap Plan F (Georgia)
Medicare SELECT is a managed care supplement plan (like an HMO or PPO) for Medicare beneficiaries. If you purchase this plan, AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) requires you to use the hospitals and, in some instances doctors, within the company's network. Other than that, this policy offers you the same great coverage as a standard Plan F. Compare the premium on this plan with these carriers to be sure you're getting the best price:
Plan K covers the cost sharing for Part B preventive services, the Part A hospital co-insurance and features an additional 365 days of hospital coverage. Plan K covers 50% of the Part A and Part B blood deductibles, the Part B co-insurance, the skilled nursing facility co-insurance, cost sharing associated with the hospice benefit, and the Part A hospital deductible.
Once you reach a total out-of-pocket limit of $4,940 (2015 rates), this plan pays 100% of all cost sharing under Medicare Parts A and B for the rest of the calendar year. If you need to manage your cash flow, Plan K is one way to do it.
Healthy seniors who can take some financial risk should take Plan K into consideration. It's a good alternative to Medicare Advantage. Your risk is about $5,000 per year in out-of-pocket costs. Plan K is offered by AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) in Georgia. Premiums for a Plan K policy vary a lot so be sure to compare with these carriers:
- Sterling Life Medigap Plan K (Georgia)
- Transamerica Medigap Plan K (Georgia)
- Madison National Medigap Plan K (Georgia)
Plan L offers many of the same basic benefits as other plans at a much lower monthly premium. The low premium is available because Plan L covers less of the copayments and coinsurance than other supplemental plans. The good news is that you are covered by an annual out-of-pocket maximum, which limits the amount you will be required to pay, should you need the care.
Plan L is a good option if you need a policy with an affordable premium, but still want a reasonable amount of coverage for a wide variety of services. Plan L is like Plan K, but it covers a higher percentage of your costs, has a lower annual out-of-pocket limit ($2,470 in 2015), and the monthly premium is only slightly higher.
The Medigap Plan L offered by AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company) offers all of the basic benefits and pays 75% of your deductibles, skilled nursing care and blood. You are required to pay the Medicare Part B excess charges, and the plan does not offer coverage when you travel outside of the United States. The maximum out of pocket limit for Plan L is about $2,500 (compared to as much as $6,700 with Medicare Advantage). Compare AARP HealthCare Options (United Healthcare Insurance Company)'s Plan L with the premiums from these carriers:
- Transamerica Medigap Plan L (Georgia)
- Humana Medigap Plan L (Georgia)
- American Republic Corp Medigap Plan L (Georgia)
Offering benefits similar to Plan D, Plan N features a $20 co-payment for doctor visits and a $50 co-payment for emergency room visits. These co-pays are applied once the annual deductible is met. Most Plan N premiums are approximately 70% of a Plan F and 77% of Plan D premiums.
Plan N gives you all of the basic coverage benefits, plus it pays your Medicare Part A deductible. You pay the Part B deductible and the Part B excess charges. You are also responsible for a $20 co-pay when you visit the doctor and up to $50 for each emergency room visit. If saving money is your goal, this plan will help. Compare premiums with these carriers before you buy:
- New Era Life Medigap Plan N (Georgia)
- Continental Life Medigap Plan N (Georgia)
- Aetna Life Medigap Plan N (Georgia)
You are eligible to apply for a UnitedHealthcare Medicare Supplement if you are:
- A resident of Georgia,
- Enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, and
- You are age 65 or over.
UnitedHealthcare offers plans in Atlanta, Roswell, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, Macon, Albany, Johns Creek, Warner Robins, Alpharetta, Marietta, Valdosta, Smyrna and most other areas of the state.
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