Your well-being is tied to how good you feel and how well you take care of yourself, but for many, being well means more than just personal health. For some, It might mean ensuring some financial protection for those you love or some extra security for an upcoming trip. For others, it might mean gaining access to more health care information or buying insurance on major purchases like a home or car. What brings you peace of mind changes with time, age and situation.
That’s why UnitedHealthcare offers supplemental plans underwritten by Golden Rule Insurance Company to help you and your loved ones during times of critical illness, accidents, hospitalizations and more.
And that’s why information is provided here about additional plans from other carriers, too. These plans may be just the thing to address the unique needs of you and your loved ones—to help you protect yourself while traveling, help pay toward out-of-pocket medical expenses, help cover some of your final expenses, insure your home or your car, take more control over your health care decisions or even provide insurance for the family pet.
Cover trip cancellations, travel and baggage delays and emergency medical treatment.
Avoid waiting rooms and copays with virtual health care. This is not insurance.
Help your loved ones with the expected and unexpected costs after you're gone.
1 Underwritten by Sirius International Insurance Corporation or United States Fire Insurance Company.
2 HealthiestYou by Teladoc® and UnitedHealthcare are not affiliated and each entity is responsible for its own contractual and financial obligations. HealthiestYou is not insurance and is not associated with any other insurance product for which you are applying.
3 The Core Access series is underwritten by Independence American Insurance company and administered by The Loomis Company. Independence American Insurance Company and UnitedHealthOne® are not affiliated and each entity is responsible for its own contractual and financial obligations.
4 Americo Financial Life and Annuity Insurance Company is authorized to conduct business in the District of Columbia and all states except NY and VT.
5 This is a supplement to health insurance and is not a substitute for the minimum essential coverage required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Lack of major medical coverage (or other minimum essential coverage) may result in an additional payment with your taxes.