Group benefit plans

Group benefit plans are insurance plans that employers can purchase for their employees. There are a variety of group health insurance options available, including specialty plans, like vision, dental, pharmacy and more. There are also ways to bundle several plans into one for even more savings. Explore the options to learn more. 

Group plans at-a-glance

Footnotes

  1. Employers who purchase UnitedHealthcare ASO medical may be eligible for Bridge2Health Integrated Disability subject to review of medical care and behavioral management services This product overview may not be applicable for all groups. Please refer to your Certificate of Coverage or benefit plan documents for information about actual offerings and coverage.
  2. Limitations for AD&D include: disease, bodily or mental infirmity, suicide or intentionally self-inflicted injury, commission of an assault or felony, war, use of any drug unless prescribed by a physician, driving while intoxicated, engaging in any hazardous activities, or travel in a private aircraft.
  3. Eligibility for automatic deposit into an Optum Bank Wealth Management Account is subject to qualifying conditions evaluated by Optum Bank and UnitedHealthcare at the time of claim review to include limited availability in certain states. Optum Bank, Member FDIC, is part of the financial services unit of OptumHealth, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH) company.
  4. This option is not available for dependent life and some states may have restrictions.
  5. Not payable if the driver was legally intoxicated or under the influence of drugs at the time of the accident.
  6. Lump-sum payments are 100% of the coverage amount unless otherwise noted as a partial benefit. Partial benefits allow the remaining coverage to be paid for another covered illness in that benefit category. Subject to medical verifications and conditions as defined in the policy.
  7. If spouse and/or children coverage is offered as part of the plan.