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Simple math, by keeping you healthy with early diagnosis and treatment, they save a ton of money in treatement. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound to treatment. Win, win situation.

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I was a member of aarp and united health since 2012.When I enrolled I and many of my friends were told that united heath was a supplement to medicare,but in realty united health and medicare are one in the same and united health takes the place of medicare. United health is not a supplement insurance. I am now a 100 percent disabled vet and get all my care from the veterans and my drugs are also supplied by the veterans. I notified united health That I no longer wanted their policy in dec of last year. I am being told that this was never taking care on their part I and I owe premiums four 4 months
I no longer belong to aarp because they recamened united health and I do not recamened United health to anyone. So senior beware.
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Keeping everyone healthy saves them money
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I had a diabetic eye exam on Aug 19,2015.  Is there additional reports needed?  If so let me know as soon as possible.  Thank you.  

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rec'd brochure with forms for wellness exam, mammogram, colon cancer, glaucoma screening to be completed by member and doctor, along with results of  various lab tests.  Completed forms  to be returned to UHC in order to qualify for Visa debit card for $40 total for all 4 screenings.  Does anyone know why UHC is doing this?

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