If you live in one of the states listed below and are filing an out-of-network claim that is not paid in full, complete a UnitedHealthcare Medical Claim Form. Please follow the steps listed below to be sure your claim is processed correctly.
District of Columbia
Follow the steps listed below to be sure your claim is processed correctly:
Indicate UHC GRP# 78-360001 on the claim submission if that field is not already filled in.
Make sure that the patient and member information is clearly identified on each page of your claims submission.
If you paid out-of-pocket for your services, you should include paid in full and to reimburse member on each claim.
Once you have completed the UnitedHealthcare Medical Claim form, mail your form to the appropriate address below.
If you have not paid your out-of-network bill in full, mail your claim form to: UnitedHealthcare Shared Services P.O. Box 30783 Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0783
If you have already paid your out-of-network bill in full, mail your claim form to the address below. In addition, submit your dental, Medicare prime and all other claims (such as Medicaid and prescription claims) to GEHA at: GEHA P.O. Box 21542 Eagan, MN 55121
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Based on the information you provide, we’ll suggest a plan that we think might meet your needs.
What are you looking for in a medical plan?
All GEHA medical plans offer comprehensive coverage and preventive care covered at 100% when you use an in-network provider. Choose from one of over 2.7 million provider locations nationwide.
Are vision benefits important to you?
GEHA’s High Deductible Health Plan includes full vision coverage. GEHA’s High and Standard Option plans include a $5 vision exam copay and discounts on eyewear when you see an in-network provider.
Are you taking an expensive specialty drug that has you worried about costs?
A specialty drug may be used for rare or complex health conditions. These medications aren’t common and may not be available through your local pharmacy.
Do you plan to frequently use out-of-network providers?
While all of our plans pay when you see either an in- or out-of-network provider, you might pay less when you visit an in-network provider. GEHA has over 2.7 million in-network provider locations.
Are you enrolled in Medicare?
GEHA coordinates benefits with Medicare. Understanding what type of coverage you have can help determine which plan might be right for you.
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