Retirees enrolled in AARP health insurance can visit the AARP Medicare Plans official site to search by location for providers who accept their insurance plans. AARP endorses UnitedHealthcare, which offers Medicaid Advantage plans, Medicaid Supplement Insurance plans and AARP MedicareRx plans, notes the AARP Medical Plans site.Continue Reading
AARP also endorses the AARP Dental Insurance Plan, according to the Delta Dental Insurance Company website. Policyholders can check the insurance provider directory to find out if their preferred dentist is a PPO or Premier dentist. Depending on the insured person's state of residence, Delta Dental Insurance Company, Dentegra Insurance Company or Dentegra Insurance Company of New England provides a dental plan for AARP members.
Anyone who qualifies for Medicaid Part D can enroll in the AARP MedicareRx plans, which offer Part D coverage through UnitedHealthcare, as AARP Member Advantages explains. These plans offer discounts through specific pharmacies and a mail order prescription service.
The AARP UnitedHealthcare Medicaid Advantage plans combine Medicaid Part A and Part B coverage in addition to other benefits into a complete plan that meets Medicaid Part C requirements. All Advantage plans offer several free preventative services, yearly eye exams and international emergency medical care, according to AARP Member Advantages. UnitedHealthcare does not require AARP membership to enroll in this plan.Learn more about Health Insurance