Frequently Asked Questions



What is Medicare?

Medicare is a government program that reimburses hospitals and physicians for medical care provided to qualifying people, usually over the age of 65. For more information, please visit www.medicare.gov

What is Group Retiree Health?

Our Group Retiree Health Plans pay in addition to Medicare’s coverage, similar to an individual Medicare Supplement plan. For more information on Medicare Supplements, please visit www.medicare.gov

Our Group Retiree Health Plans consist of customizable options, such as deductibles, co-pay and co-insurance riders. Let us know what you need so we can tailor a plan for your employer or union group. Learn more

Why choose United American for Group Retiree Health?

UA offers the flexibility to customize your plan in order to meet all of your coverage needs. Learn more.

What is the advantage to customizing Group Retiree Health Plans?

Many groups have needs for benefits that are not covered or suited under Standard Medicare Supplement Plans. Depending on the benefits structure needed by a group and the size of the group, we can usually match the coverage offered by an employer or union. Let us know what you need so we can find a plan that fits your needs. Learn more

Where are your plans available?

Our Group Retiree Health are available in all 50 states including D.C.

What industries do you serve?
No industry is excluded from consideratoin. Learn more.

What is your typical group size?

Our groups range in size of members from 25 up to 15,000+. All members must be Medicare eligible.

What do you need to generate a quote?

All that is needed to produce a group quote is the domicile state of the group, the amount of employer/union contribution, and a census in spreadsheet format including member date of birth, gender and zip code.

Do you need a signed application from every member of the group that is enrolled in your plan?

No, we can enroll all members in a simple easy format. Let us explain how this process can best work for your group. Learn more