Content starts here
CLOSE ×
Search

All Activity

 I recently filed a complaint regarding my Part D carrier, not UHC, and got a pretty quick response from them. Not that it solved the issue. You can file a complaint with Medicare about your insurer here, https://www.medicare.gov/claims-appeals/file-...
jcgc50 05-20-2024 12:52 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
470
Views
I had plan F through a former employer until they stopped that and went with a Medicare Advantage plan only. I then had to shop and ended up choosing Plan N through UHC/AARP. It is more out of pocket but when I looked back over the years on how much ...
jcgc50 07-18-2023 04:05 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
6866
Views
I imagine that you need to contact United Healthcare with that question. I'd be shocked to think that AARP has much of any say in rates.
jcgc50 07-17-2023 04:28 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
19268
Views
I would assume that one is the loss of the discount rate and the other is an increase due to inflation and/or other factors. The April increase should be the change in the discount rate.
jcgc50 11-17-2019 09:34 AM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
55815
Views
Two questions. I thought the enrollment discount and 1st-year discount was the same thing. I didn't see two discounts for the first year. Second what state are you in?
jcgc50 11-08-2019 03:38 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
41929
Views
 I recently filed a complaint regarding my Part D carrier, not UHC, and got a pretty quick response from them. Not that it solved the issue. You can file a complaint with Medicare about your insurer here, https://www.medicare.gov/claims-appeals/file-...
jcgc50 05-20-2024 12:52 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
470
Views
I had plan F through a former employer until they stopped that and went with a Medicare Advantage plan only. I then had to shop and ended up choosing Plan N through UHC/AARP. It is more out of pocket but when I looked back over the years on how much ...
jcgc50 07-18-2023 04:05 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
6866
Views
I imagine that you need to contact United Healthcare with that question. I'd be shocked to think that AARP has much of any say in rates.
jcgc50 07-17-2023 04:28 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
19268
Views
I would assume that one is the loss of the discount rate and the other is an increase due to inflation and/or other factors. The April increase should be the change in the discount rate.
jcgc50 11-17-2019 09:34 AM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
55815
Views
Two questions. I thought the enrollment discount and 1st-year discount was the same thing. I didn't see two discounts for the first year. Second what state are you in?
jcgc50 11-08-2019 03:38 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
41929
Views
 I recently filed a complaint regarding my Part D carrier, not UHC, and got a pretty quick response from them. Not that it solved the issue. You can file a complaint with Medicare about your insurer here, https://www.medicare.gov/claims-appeals/file-...
jcgc50 05-20-2024 12:52 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
470
Views
I had plan F through a former employer until they stopped that and went with a Medicare Advantage plan only. I then had to shop and ended up choosing Plan N through UHC/AARP. It is more out of pocket but when I looked back over the years on how much ...
jcgc50 07-18-2023 04:05 PM
0
Replies
0
Kudos
6866
Views
I imagine that you need to contact United Healthcare with that question. I'd be shocked to think that AARP has much of any say in rates.
jcgc50 07-17-2023 04:28 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
19268
Views
I would assume that one is the loss of the discount rate and the other is an increase due to inflation and/or other factors. The April increase should be the change in the discount rate.
jcgc50 11-17-2019 09:34 AM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
55815
Views
Two questions. I thought the enrollment discount and 1st-year discount was the same thing. I didn't see two discounts for the first year. Second what state are you in?
jcgc50 11-08-2019 03:38 PM
1
Reply
0
Kudos
41929
Views
Latest Tags
No Tags Yet
Public Statistics
Date Registered ‎06-13-2010 12:21 PM
Last Visited
Total Messages Posted 9
cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Users