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My Retiree Virtual Education Center™

UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage
Value Plan for FEHBP annuitants

United Healthcare

An enhanced level of benefits1 created exclusively for FEHBP retirees

  • No out-of-pocket costs for covered medical services.
  • Flexibility to see any provider — network or out-of-network — at the same cost share, as long as they accept Medicare and are willing to bill UnitedHealthcare.
  • $50 monthly Part B premium subsidy.
  • Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage with full coverage in the gap.
  • Benefits like gym memberships, an online wellness program, Telephonic Nurse Support and more — free with your plan.

Extras designed for how you live

  • UnitedHealthcare® HouseCalls2

    Yearly in-home health and wellness checkups. Learn more about HouseCalls here
  • Real Appeal®

    An online wellness program offering weekly group sessions with a Transformation Coach and tools and resources to inspire activity and weight loss.
  • Renew Active®3

    Free fitness access, brain games and connection with wellness communities like FitBit®—all to keep body and mind in motion. Explore more ways to keep in motion
  • Renew by UnitedHealthcare® 4

    A participant-only health and wellness experience offering education, inspiration, activities and tips. See all the ways to feel new
  • Telephonic Nurse Support5

    Receive access 24/7 to nurse consultations and clinical resources at no extra cost. Want examples of how it helps?
  • Virtual Doctor and Behavioral Health visits6

    Access to a physician or behavioral health specialist from anywhere and any device. Learn more about how it works
  • UnitedHealthcare Hearing

    Get access to hundreds of name-brand and private-label hearing aids — available in-person at any of our 7,000 UnitedHealthcare Hearing providers nationwide7 or through home delivery. Want to hear more?
  • Chronic condition care

    Specialized care, plus updates for your doctor, if you’re living with a chronic condition like diabetes or heart disease. See more of our clinical support options

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