Dental insurance united health care

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Avatar f tn Does anyone have United Health Care? Access? When did you tell them? And did you get a free breast pump?
Avatar m tn I am so far a healthy 43 year old/m in pa. I am trying to decide which health insurance plan will be good for my situation and I am looking for some opinions here. This Month my group plan ends and I can take cobra but there is no financial benefit to taking my same PPO plan which gives me to price break for being unemployed. So I am trying to look at this at a meaningful way. Since my PPO was $475/m plue $29 dental I just cant be paying that on my own now.
Avatar m tn I am adult. I just got a private health insurance called United Health Care. In the application i told them i have no preexisting condition.Would my insurance still pays for to see pediartic opthamologist and perfoms eye muscle surgery.
Avatar n tn My husband (40 y/o,healthy)and I (40 y/o, healthy) are looking to get our health insurance coverage from next present. Right now we are on cobra GHI( extension from my previous work place) but they are asking me to change to EMPIRE PPO or EPO since they will not have GHI. I did not have dental and vision coverage previously but even if I want it they are saying they cannot add it. They are also asking for a one year committment.
Avatar f tn I don't but mine is in the process of changing into anerigroup. My hospital isn't taking united health care.
Avatar f tn My maim insurance gave me a free breast pump. My secondary state insurance gives me "rewards" every few months for keeping my appointments. I've gotten lots of toys from them lol.
Avatar m tn s 10 minimum standards, including maternity care, emergency visits, mental health treatment and even pediatric dental care." http://www.cbsnews.
Avatar n tn care for your teeth/gums is usually considered dental care and will be covered by you detnal insurance only, regardless of other systemic conditions one may have. You are right when you say gingivitis and diabetes are related, but just because you have diabetes does not mean your gingivitis stems from it. most adults have gingivitis, which is a mild inflammation of the gum tissue. It should be able to be addressed within the parameters of your $1000 maximum. treatment is not that involved.
290018 tn?1240365868 They only cover a certain percentage depending on your coverage selections. My health insurance pays for EVERYTHING except for $150 copay but I have excellent health insurance. My guess is if you have United, you will probably acrrue a similar hospital bill but your best bet would be to call United directly.
Avatar f tn A COMBINATION of the above options is the best approach for home dental care. Routine dental care will ensure a healthier and happier life for your pet. I hope this helps!
Avatar f tn Having mandatied free health insurance would bankrupt the country and is not workable. However, some form of health care insurance with a graduated premium should be available for everyone. There's been much talk of that new flu strain and as soon as they have a vaccine available everyone should be able to afford it and if they couldn't what if (as scientists say is a potential though thankfully not likely) that flu strain turned into something lethal?
Avatar f tn Hi Frrecks, I'm sorry that I don't know anything about the insurance, since we still have private insurance. It has to be so difficult to set aside the financial worries and concentrate on feeling better. I do know a lot of the DMD companies have programs to assist anyone without insurance. As for my private insurance cost, my employer just finished the open enrollment for next year and here is what I will be paying for my health insurance - $238.00 a month for me and my spouse.
Avatar f tn I would believe that if a person has their own health care insurance coverage that they should be allowed to opt out though. There are aspects of the current bill I am strongly for such as the Community Choice Act (which I have been a supporter for years on its own) and aspects I do not support. I still believe that if it is passed before then there will be some revisions in it as there usually are (as there are negotiations between both sides) and unfortunately some political pork thrown in.
Avatar n tn ll be able to see a mobile dental service for low-income or people without dental insurance. So, if I get accepted, I'll be able to get my teeth checked until then I'm out of luck.
Avatar f tn There is no 'Obama Care Insurance Plan' Obama care is the affordable health care act which is a set of laws and regulations on health insurance. Every state implements it differently. Some states with democratic government expanded medicaid so more people would have access to very cheap insurance. Check with your state to see if you qualify. If you are not eligible or live in a state that did not expand you have to go to the online market.
Avatar f tn Well im calling them so that they can give me the phone numbers of the OBGYN'S in my area that take my insurance,but then everytime i call the obgyn they are like " we dont take united health care" or "we only take united health care by itself not with medicaid" so really its not their fault its my health insurance fault for giving me offices that dont take what i have,so ive called back & forth like 5 times already & now i have to wait for a call back from my hea
Avatar f tn Supplemental insurance for most prescription meds, eye care, dental care is another matter and covered by supplemental health plans. I have that too. Other interesting questions would include how much do each of us pay for premiums, how much are our co-pays. I'm curious about how much $$$ is spent in total one year on my health care including physician visits, radiology, ER visits, etc.
1709021 tn?1308184343 Hi lady, that would be awesome if the Obamacare did cover dental too. I'm on disability and I don't have dental coverage either and it's sad because bacteria in the gums can affect your heart health. I know the false teeth are expensive, my mother had a tooth knocked out during surgery last August, it was hanging there literally, it had to be pulled. It was from a tube they put down her throat, she was furious! I would have been too.
927707 tn?1244133034 He owns his own business and we are paying close to $900 dollars a month for doctor visits, hospital, prescriptions, laboratory, diagnostics etc. We currently have United Health Care/ Oxford. We did have Cobra when I left my job, but that was too expensive $1300.00/ month. With our Cobra we didn't need referrals, but with Oxford we need referrals. Our copay is $30.00 for doctor visits and $50.00 for specialist. Can anyone suggest a Health Insurance co.
611067 tn?1458591483 We had a meeting last night about dental care and we discussed how most people do not realize how important dental care is for your health! We found out that 1 out of every 2 people do not make the dentist a regular checkup twice a year like they should. They have proven that good dental health can aleviate so many medical problems. They say that when people do not receive regular dental care that there are more absenteeism, etc.
Avatar f tn Depends on what insurance company.
7552771 tn?1469929649 How come your pregnancy isn't covered by united health care? That's what my insurance is and it is amazing!.. I apologize if this is too personal.
Avatar m tn So my brother in law sends me some canned crap about health care. Him being a senior citizen, the future of health care means a lot to him. Since he can't make heads or tails out of Universal Health Care, he's taken to trying to find everything he can regarding universal health care. The email he sent me had statistics on hip replacement, cancer survival, cancer treatments and how many MRI machines per 1000 people in each country.
Avatar m tn Similar results were found by the Commonwealth Fund in a recently released scorecard on the performance of the US health system.[7] Outcomes in the United States were compared against those achieved by top countries or the top 10% of US states, hospitals, or other providers. The scorecard evaluated multiple indicators of health outcomes, including mortality, life expectancy, and the prevalence of health conditions that limit the capacity of adults to work or children to learn.
Avatar f tn Workers whose employers don’t offer coverage are forced to seek individual health insurance, often in vain. For one thing, insurance companies offering “nongroup” coverage generally refuse to cover anyone with a pre-existing medical condition. And individual insurance is very expensive, because insurers spend large sums weeding out “high-risk” applicants — that is, anyone who seems likely to actually need the insurance. So what should be done?