AARP Medicare Plans from UnitedHealthcare are not offered by just any insurance agent. Authorized to Offer agents are required to go through a rigorous process established by UnitedHealthcare and AARP Services, Inc, the wholly-owned taxable subsidiary of AARP.
To be able to offer AARP-branded Medicare plans, an Authorized to Offer agent must:
You can expect a trusted professional. Each agent is required to practice four core principles:
An Authorized to Offer agent can provide personalized service and assist you in finding solutions to fit your needs. Agents can meet with you to discuss your specific questions and concerns and help you understand how specific plans may address your unique needs.
The family of AARP® Medicare Plans are insured or covered by UnitedHealthcare® Insurance Company or an affiliate, a Medicare Advantage Organization with a Medicare contract and a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor. United Healthcare Insurance Company pays royalty fees to AARP for the use of its intellectual property. These fees are used for the general purposes of AARP. AARP and its affiliates are not insurers. AARP does not employ or endorse agents, producers or brokers.