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Minnesota, we've got you covered

No-cost or low-cost health coverage from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Learn about UnitedHealthcare Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) plans coming to Minnesota.

Helping people is at the heart of all we do

All Minnesotans deserve affordable health care, including you. We’re excited to announce that starting January 1, 2022 we’ll offer UnitedHealthcare Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) plans to help Minnesotans get healthy — and stay healthy. We cover adults, people with disabilities, pregnant women and children with our Minnesota Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) plans.

Get a plan that gives you more. UnitedHealthcare has a large provider network in Minnesota. That gives you more options to choose the right doctors and specialists to fit your health care needs. We also offer more services and extras, which can make a real difference in your life.

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For information on how to file a discrimination complaint view the notice below:

Non-Discrimination and Language Assistance Notices | UnitedHealthcare Community Plan: Medicare & Medicaid Health Plans

The American Indian (AI) Health Statement

American Indians can continue or begin to use tribal and Indian Health Services (IHS) clinics. We will not require prior approval or impose any conditions for you to get services at these clinics. For elders age 65 years and older this includes Elderly Waiver (EW) services accessed through the tribe. If a doctor or other provider in a tribal or IHS clinic refers you to a provider in our network, we will not require you to see your primary care provider prior to the referral.

See why Minnesotans choose UnitedHealthcare

Whatever plan you choose, UnitedHealthcare will help you get the care you need.

  • Large variety of network doctors
  • No-cost telehealth visits
  • Low - or no-cost prescription drugs

Starting January 1, 2022, UnitedHealthcare Community plan is excited to serve the 7-county, Twin Cities metro area with UnitedHealthcare Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid). This includes Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties.

MN annual health plan selection for UnitedHealthcare Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) is 10/1/2021 – 12/3/2021

Stay informed about coronavirus (COVID-19) in Minnesota, here https://www.health.state.mn.us

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It’s your health. It’s your choice.

Everyone deserves affordable health care, including you.

That includes adults without children, pregnant women and children.  

If that’s you, check out UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Minnesota.

We have the program benefits and extras that can make a real difference in your life. All at no or low cost to you.

  • Find a doctor you trust in our network
  • Prescription drug coverage
  • Vision coverage
  • Transportation to and from doctor appointments
  • 24/7 NurseLine to answer your health questions

Sometimes, you might need a little extra help. Get more benefits through UnitedHealthcare.

  • Earn rewards for keeping you and your baby healthy
  • Free youth club membership for participating Boys & Girls Clubs
  • Virtual visits through Dr. Chat’s live video function
  • Access on demand help for mental health support

We also offer resources to help you make the most of your plan. Including:

  • Member Advocates
  • Social Services Support
  • Health Education Tools
  • Care Management

Visit mnsure.org to check your eligibility.

Helping you live a healthier life.

We are here for you Minnesota.

Remember to choose UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.

And get the plan that gets you more.

To learn more about UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, visit UHCCP dot com forward slash Minnesota 

Minnesota health plans as low as $0 cost


Families & Children Medical Assistance

  • No-cost or low-cost
  • Pregnant women and children
  • Adults without children 
  • Low-income individuals and families
  • Blind and disabled individuals

MinnesotaCare

  • No-cost or low-cost
  • Low-income individuals and families
  • Blind and disabled individuals
  • All ages

Featured programs for Minnesota

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Boys & Girls Club partnership

If your child is a member (age 6–17), they’re eligible for a free Boys & Girls Club membership at participating clubs. Questions? Stop by our Saint Paul location.

690 Jackson St.
Saint Paul, MN 55130

Starting in 2022, we’ll have UnitedHealthcare Community Plan representatives available to help answer questions and get you set up.

The Boys & Girls Clubs in Minnesota give kids a safe and comfortable place to spend their free time. Clubs are open when schools are not, and provide a positive environment for building relationships, developing character and having fun. The membership includes after-school programs, mentoring and help with homework.

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Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) Plans 101: What will be covered

Minnesota Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare (Medicaid) plans will cover:

  • Well and sick care
  • Pregnancy care
  • Care for long-term conditions
  • Dental, vision and hearing care
  • Home care and supplies
  • Rides and other services

Benefits may vary by plan type and eligibility. To learn more, visit mnsure.org

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HealthTalk Member Newsletter

Our HealthTalk newsletter is now online. The newsletters are a great way to learn about our health plan and important health topics.

You can read it whenever, wherever you want. Check back quarterly for a new edition.

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In the Community, Minnesota

Reach out, be present, impact lives. Our mission at UnitedHealthcare is very simple – helping people live healthier lives. Watch this video to learn more.

Our mission at UnitedHealthcare is very simple and it’s helping people live healthier lives.

Our purpose is to really put community in the United Healthcare Community Plan.

And our commitment is to serve the most vulnerable.

Reach out, be present, impact lives, and that's really big for us. That's really some of the values that drive this Minnesota health plan. 

We have connected in the last four months with over three dozen community based organizations.

We have connected in the last four months with over three dozen community based organizations.

And I am hopeful that we will have well over 100 events in any calendar year so that we truly do reach out and be present.

It shows that there's people out there supporting other people. They can rely on your neighbor, you can rely on the school, the Boys and Girls Club, UnitedHealthcare, whoever that happens to be.

Today we’re packaging about 2700 bags, 5400 meals.

People will be getting meals thanks to Meals on Wheels and our partnership with UnitedHealthcare.

It’s not just about funding those organizations to do the work. We’re participating in it.

And if we're going to address health inequities and racial disparities, we need to first have a very broad network and we were successful in doing that. 

We're looking to make sure we have in our network providers that are not only within 30 minutes of a member, but within 30 minutes of a public transportation route of our members.

But a bigger part of what we do is really seeing our members as real people and that starts with us being in community and getting to know them.

We want to be here and we want to experience joy with you. We want experience happiness with you.

That's when we really start changing the dynamic. That's really when things start to shift.

 

 

Important news and dates:

More information about UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Minnesota will be available in the coming months. Please check back regularly for updates and news. Reminder of upcoming key dates:

  • Annual Health Plan Selection Period: 10/1/21-12/3/21
  • 2022 Enrollment - Your plan benefits will start on: 1/1/22 
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