Optum Care Medical Group
Medicare Advantage health services
Add more customized health care to your Medicare experience.
The OptumCare Medical Group difference
When you choose a Medicare Advantage plan that includes OptumCare Medical Group, you’ll have access to a large network of providers and locations. We’ll also provide you with coordinated, personalized care that puts you first.
Do you have questions about whether Medicare with OptumCare Medical Group is right for you? Call our Customer Care Advocates today at 1-866-266-0601.
For more information about Medicare eligibility and enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan you can:
Visit the CMS website at medicare.gov.
Call 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
Medicare is a government-run health care program.
Who is eligible for Medicare?
- U.S. citizens age 65+
- Legal permanent residents age 65+
- People with certain disabilities
- People of all ages with kidney failure
Medicare Part A is a hospital insurance plan that covers hospital stays and more.
Medicare Part A covers:
- Hospital stays
- Skilled nursing facility care
- Inpatient care
- Hospice care
- Some home care
Medicare Part B is a health insurance plan. It covers services to help treat your health conditions.
Medicare Part B covers services such as:
- Provider office visits
- Outpatient care such as same-day surgery
- Medical items such as wheelchairs
- Some preventive health services
Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) combines Medicare Parts A and B. It may include extra benefits.
You may get extra benefits with Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) such as:
- Wellness programs
- Prescription drug coverage
Medicare Part D is a prescription drug insurance plan.
- Part D covers some of your prescription drug costs.
- You pay what Medicare doesn’t cover.
- Some Medicare Advantage plans include a Part D drug plan.
Medigap, or a Medicare supplemental plan, can help pay costs that Medicare Parts A and B don't pay.
- Pays for costs other plans don't cover.
- Doesn't offer any extra benefits.
- Isn't needed with a Medicare Advantage plan.
A special needs plan offers coverage for people with one or more of the following situations.
You may be able to get a special needs plan if you have:
- Autoimmune disorders
- Cardiovascular (heart) disorders
- Chronic alcohol or other drug dependence
- Chronic heart failure
- Chronic lung disorders
- Chronic mental health conditions
- End-stage liver disease
- End-stage renal (kidney) disease
- Neurologic disorders
- Severe hematologic (blood) disorders
- People who live in a medical facility
- People who need home nursing care
- People with both Medicare and Medicaid