The United Healthcare Provider enables you to rapidly obtain answers to claims information such as status updates, reconsiderations, and appeals, allowing you to save time while improving documentation and visibility. United Healthcare is the nation's largest healthcare provider. This insurer, which was founded in 1977, sells policies in all states except New York. Options for short-term health insurance, individual and family coverage, Medicare, vision, and dental insurance are among its offerings.
United Healthcare has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, suggesting that it effectively resolves consumer complaints with their coverage. 893 consumer concerns have been resolved in the last three years. According to NCQA data, United Healthcare's health insurance plans perform well in general.
United Healthcare offers a variety of plans over three different tiers, allowing you can select a plan with coverage that meets your needs. It includes Dental, Employer-based coverage, Family, Individual, Medicaid, Medicare, Self-employed, Short-term, Student, and Supplemental such as accidental, critical illness, hospitalization, indemnity, overseas travel, Vision, and so on.