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What insurance coverage do you get with a UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete® plan?

Get more insurance coverage than either Medicaid or Medicare alone.

A dual special needs plan (also known as a DSNP or dual-eligible health plan) works with your Medicaid health plan. You’ll keep all your Medicaid benefits. You’ll also get more benefits than with Original Medicare. Original Medicare covers hospital stays and doctor visits.

A dual-eligible plan has to give you the same coverage as Original Medicare. But it may also include extra benefits and features. Things like dental, vision and hearing coverage, and much more. It may also give you more choice and flexibility.

What you may have now

What you could have

Medicaid benefits

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Hospital stays

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Doctor and
outpatient care

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Prescription drugs

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More choices of doctors

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More hospital choices

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Additional prescription
drug coverage

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Additional benefits

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Extra benefits at no extra cost

UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete® plans include many extra benefits and features. All with a $0 plan premium for our members.

You could enjoy extra benefits and features like these:

Routine dental care.

Access to participating
fitness centers.

Credits to buy hundreds of
health products.

Routine foot care visits.

Eye exams, plus credit
for eyewear.

Meals delivered at home
(when medically necessary).

Hearing exams, plus credit
for hearing devices.

In-home visits from an
advanced practice clinician.

Rides to health care visits
and the pharmacy.

Speak with a registered
nurse anytime.

Acupuncture and
chiropractic visits.

$0 copay for many routine

Personal Emergency
Response System.

Plus many other benefits
and features.

Please note: What dual-eligible plans you can get depends on where you live. To find a UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete® plan for you, please search plans in your state.