Optum Care in Nevada
Optum Care FAQs
Get answers to common questions about Optum Care.
Optum Care values and respects the relationship you have with your primary care provider (PCP).
Two people with the same medical problem often need very different care. We know that each person is one of a kind. That’s why, at Optum Care, we tailor the care to meet your unique needs.
We give you a personalized care team that puts you at the center. Your primary care doctor will work with your team, so you get that right care when you need it. We make sure you see the right specialists.
And we give you extra support and services to help your care run smoothly. We take care of the details so that you can focus on your health.OR
We can help you find a health care provider in your area that’s part of Optum Care. Give us a call.
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.OR
We can help you get the answers you need. See below.
Talk with an agent
Call the Optum Sales Support Center. We’ll connect you with knowledgeable licensed insurance agents. They’re friendly and supportive, and trained to help you find a plan that’s right for you.
Monday through Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m. local time
A representative from Optum Sales Support Center can connect you with a licensed insurance agent in your area to review your health insurance plan options.
Optum Sales Support Center connects Medicare beneficiaries with resources including licensed insurance agents that sell Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription drug plans.
Get information directly from Medicare
Visit medicare.gov. Or call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.OR
Optum Care offers health care that’s built around you. Optum Care is not a health plan itself. If your health plan partners with Optum Care there is no extra charge for choosing a doctor within our network.
There is also no extra charge for many of our health services if they are offered in your area. These may include:
- Primary care
- Specialty care
- Urgent care
- Senior care
- Advanced care
If you are an uninsured or a self-pay patient, you have the right to request a good faith estimate of expected charges prior to receiving services.OR