UnitedHealthcare Medicare Sales Connecticut
Unitedhealthcare Medicare Sales Connecticut covers three type of products. Products include not only Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement but Medicare Part D Rx plans as well. The Medicare Advantage plans are Unitedhealthcare branded. Both the Supplement plans and Rx plans are United Healthcare Medicare branded. In fact, United is one of the more important contracts to hold for an agent in CT. Having all three products from one contract makes it very valuable. They also are competitive with all three product types. United Health Care Medical supplement rates are the lowest in CT on a number of plans. They have a history of low rate increases under 3% per year. The three UHC Medicare Advantage plans are all well priced for the benefits. Plan premiums are $0, $29 and $99. The United Health Care Medicare supplement Saver Rx and Preferred drug plans are also popular.
United Healthcare Medicare Supplements:
United Healthcare Medicare supplements in CT are well priced. They are most competitive with both plans F and N. Plan N is the plan sold most often. Plans L and K are also very well priced. For the most part, there are challenges with plans L and K. You need to explain them to clients which can be challenging. The comp is also much lower on both plans vs. the comp on F and N
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Complete Plans:
Medicare Complete plans 1,2 and 3 are all well positioned in the CT market. Plan 3 is a $0 premium plan with competitive copays and both additional benefits and value add services. Plan 2 is a $29 a month plan with additional dental services. It does not require referrals to specialists which is a requirement on plan 3. Plan 1 is a $99 a month plan with strong benefits and a low OOP of $3,400.
United Healthcare Medicare Supplement Drug Plans:
UHC offers two United Health Care Medicare supplement branded drug plans in CT . They offer the UHC Medicare supplement Saver RX plan and the UHC Medicare Supplement Rx Preferred plan. The saver plan has a deductible for all tiers. The copays after deductible are much lower than the Preferred plan. The Rx Preferred plan has a strong/larger formulary and does not have a deductible. The premium is higher however and the copays are higher on tiers 3 and 4.