UnitedHealthcare MAPDHome / Medicare / UnitedHealthcare MAPD
Thank you for making us an award winning
FMO for UnitedHealthcare by sales in 2015, 2012
Advisory Board Member 2008-2009
National Distributor Since 2005
UnitedHealthcare has the gold standard of products, agent services and consistently high STAR Ratings across the nation. We have proudly served as an FMO since 2005.
Thanks for choosing to work with us on your UnitedHealthcare sales!
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Dan Marks from UnitedHealthCare presenting Sylvia with an award for winning the top spot among all FMOs in the nation 2013.
Vision Discounts provided by EyeMed
Members can save up to 30% on prescription glasses and up to 20% on contact lenses at participating stores.*
Also, Medicare Supplement members pay only $40 for routine eye exams.
Members simply show their Medicare Supplement card at participating LensCrafters®, Pearle Vision®, Sears Optical®, Target Optical®, and JCPenney Optical®, locations, or one of many private practice locations.
*30% discount only available when a complete pair of glasses (frames, lenses, and lens options) is purchased in the same transaction. Items purchased separately will be discounted at 15% off the retail price.
To report illegal or unethical conduct, including violations of law, contractual obligations and company policies (including the Principles of Ethics and Integrity); privacy issues; or suspected fraud, waste and abuse, please call 1-800-455-4521
For questions about compliance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow these instructions to appeal a UnitedHealthcare decline:
Fax to 888-495-8476 the following information: Full name, SSN, DOB, Home Address, Name of the company for which the report is being obtained, method by which the report should be returned, either mail or fax. The fax should have a subject heading of ‘Consumer Disclosure’
Read through the report and then provide an explanation to us, including anything you are currently doing to correct the problem that caused the decline.