UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company pays royalties to MyAARPMedicare for the usage of its intellectual property. These fees are utilized for general My AARP Medicare purposes. AARP and its subsidiaries are not insurance organizations. AARP does not employ or support agents, brokers, or producers from the other firm.
AARP assists you to examine your requirements when selecting products and does not make product recommendations for individuals. Please note that each insurer is individually financially responsible for the products and no claims are assisted by the brand.
AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
MyAARPMedicare supports AARP Medicare supplemental insurance plans, which are insured by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company. In some states, plans may be accessible to people under the age of 65 who are eligible for Medicare with a disability or end-stage renal disease.
MyAARPMedicare is not affiliated with or endorsed by the USA government or the federal Medicare plan. This is an insurance claim as it is a licensed health insurance provider to the individuals who have retired or are aged. Individuals must be a member of AARP to participate in an AARP Medicare supplement plan.
Medicare benefit plans and Medicare prescription drug plans
Plans are insured by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company with MyAARPMedicare or one of its subsidiaries, a Medicare Advantage organization under a Medicare contract, and a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor.
Participation in these plans is conditional on Medicare renewal. You do not have to be a member of AARP to have a Medicare Advantage plan or a Medicare prescription drug plan.
This data is not meant to be a complete description of benefits. Contact the plan for more information at the official site of www.MyAARPMedicare.com.
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage packages, inclusive of the only plans called AARP, are designed to pay more attention to the Medicare dollar, with benefits and assistance that go beyond primary Medicare at www.MyAARPMedicare.com.