Meeting Schedule and Enrollment Information

Join us for an upcoming virtual webinar

Medicare Advantage Overview Event for Federal and Postal Retirees
10:00am ET

Meeting number: 2664 273 9754
Event password: Feds@2024
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Dial-in: 1-877-336-4440, then enter access code 7364439#

Medicare Basics and Retiree Advantage Plan Overview
3:30pm ET

Meeting number: 2660 445 9161
Event password: Welcome24!
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Dial-in: 1-844-867-6169, then enter access code 4862605#


Interested in enrolling?  Call 1-844-481-8821, TTY 711 to learn more or complete the enrollment process.

Enrollment process

UnitedHealthcare FEHB Plan availability and rates
You will need to enter your zip code and click on ‘Health Plans’ to determine what UnitedHealthcare FEHB Health Plan is available in your area. Once enrolled in the applicable UnitedHealthcare FEHB Health Plan, you can enroll in the Retiree Advantage plan.

* Please note: High Deductible Health Plans (plan codes: LS, LU, and V4) are NOT qualifying plans and do NOT have access to the UnitedHealthcare Retiree Advantage plan

Have questions? Schedule an appointment with a member of the UnitedHealthcare FEHB Account Management team.

Who is eligible to enroll in the plan?

  • You may enroll in our Medicare Advantage plan once enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare FEHB Health Plan code with OPM
  • You have both Medicare Part A & Part B primary
  • You are retired
    • If you are a spouse/dependent, the federal employee must be retired in order for you to be eligible for this plan
  • You are a United States citizen or are lawfully present in the United States
  • You do NOT have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), with limited exceptions
  • You complete an application for enrollment in the UnitedHealthcare Retiree Advantage Plan

What if the enrollment deadline has passed?

If the enrollment deadline has passed, and you have not yet enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare FEHB Health Plan you won't be able to enroll in a plan until the next open season period, unless you have a Qualifying Life Event. If the enrollment deadline has passed and you are currently enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare FEHB Health Plan, you may enroll in the Retiree Advantage Plan at any time. 

It's important to enroll in Medicare Part A and Part B when you first become eligible, during the Initial Enrollment Period. Medicare Part B requires a monthly premium payment for coverage, which is determined by when you enroll. In most cases, premium rates increase by 10 percent for each full 12-month period that you could have had Part B, but were not enrolled. You will receive a monthly part B subsidy of $150 if you elect to enroll in the Retiree Advantage plan.

What happens after I enroll?

After you submit your enrollment request form, here's what you can expect:

  1. We'll review your form and verify your eligibility.
  2. After you're verified, your application will be sent to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for approval. Approval may take up to one week.
  3. Once CMS approves your enrollment, you'll be sent a confirmation letter and your plan member ID card.
  4. Soon after, you'll receive your Member Kit in the mail. It includes details about your specific health plan benefits.
  5. Watch for your Annual Notice of Changes, which is mailed to you every year you're a plan member. It describes your benefits, and any changes to them, for the next calendar year. 

Need help or have questions?

For additional enrollment questions, call 1-844-481-8821, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. TTY users, call 711. Or, contact us.