Use the MyAARP Medicare online service to help determine which plan is right for you. To register you must have a valid email address and create a username and password. Your member ID card or Medicare ID card and date of birth will also be needed to complete the process. Please note that if you use your member ID card to register you only have to enter the numbers before the dash “-”. So 999999999-01 would be 999999999. If you have any questions or need help a UnitedHealthcare Customer Service rep can be reached by calling the toll-free number that is found on the back of your member ID card. The customer reps are available from 8am to 8pm 7 days a week.
Once you have registered you will be able to access your claim history and benefit details, coverage summaries, access a helpful newsletter and make payments to your plan. There are three different plan types to choose from: The AARP MedicareComplete Plan, The Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan and the Medicare prescription Drug Plan. The Medicare Complete plan packages are insured with UnitedHealthcare consist of three types of Medicare Advantage plans. A user can pick from HMO, POS and PPO plans. The PPO plan with come with the highest out-of-pocket cost but you can see all of the providers for ALL covered services outside the network. The HMO comes with the lowest out-of-pocket cost but you are severely limited to a select number of network local providers. The happy medium of the two plans would be the POS plan which we recommend to most people. The AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans help cover the cost of some or all medical expenses not covered or paid for by Medicare parts A & B. The Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (aka Medicare Part D) is a poorly ran Government program that offers prescription drug coverage to almost everyone who is eligible for Medicare.