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Open enrollment starts October 17

Learn more about enrolling in the plan for the 2023 plan year during the open enrollment period of October 17 – December 7, 2022.

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Once you are a Member of the AT&T Group Medicare Advantage (PPO) plan, you can register to access additional plan information:

  • View your Explanation of Benefits
  • View your Claims
  • View and print a replacement copy of your member ID card and more

All fully available after January 1, 2023.

Did you know?

  • Many members will have lower total annual costs, even though this plan does not include an HRA1
  • Subsidized retirees will continue to receive an HRA to purchase dental and vision
  • If you’re currently enrolled in a Medicare Supplement plan and new to Medicare Advantage, you can try the AT&T Group Medicare Advantage (PPO) plan for up to 1 year and still have the option to go back to your former Medicare Supplement plan and carrier on a guaranteed issue basis2
  • Members have access to over 900,000 in-network providers, and to any other Medicare provider that accepts the plan and is eligible to participate in the Medicare Program
  • More than 99.9% of members continue to have access to their chosen providers1
  • This plan has a broader formulary and pharmacy network than any individual plan1
  • Subsidized retirees continue to have no monthly premium, while non- subsidized retirees and dependents will continue to pay the same low monthly premium in 2023

12021 UnitedHealthcare Group member and provider reporting data, member utilization and individual market plan premiums.


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