Video Transcript: What is Medicaid Made Clear?
On a white background, a blue United Healthcare logo and blue and gray text appear. Sound of a marker scratching. Bright instrumental music plays.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare®
The logo and text fade. A hand holding a purple marker reaches in from the bottom of the screen and draws a curving purple line across the screen. Purple graphics pop up above the line and blue text appears below the graphics. "Who's covered?" appears below a graphic of a person in a wheelchair rolling toward a woman holding a sleeping baby and another woman with glasses standing behind her. "What's covered?" appears below a graphic of a doctor with a stethoscope around his neck, a purple H, and a purple pill bottle. "How can I get started?" appears below a graphic of a clipboard with checkmarks. A blue United Healthcare logo and blue and gray text appear in the lower left corner of the screen.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare®
ANNOUNCER: So you have some questions about Medicaid? You're not alone. And you've come to the right place. Follow along.
The screen slides to the right where the hand continues drawing the purple line across the screen, beneath a cloud outlined in blue. Streaks of light blue shoot down from the cloud as a purple capitol building with a flag on top rises from the middle of the line. Purple text reading, "WHO'S COVERED?*" bounces up on the capitol building's right and settles on the curved line. Thick, purple underlines appear beneath the purple "WHO'S COVERED?" text in the top right corner of the screen next to blue text reading "WHAT'S COVERED?" and "HOW CAN I GET STARTED?"
ANNOUNCER: We'll cover the basics and have you on your way in no time. Medicaid is health insurance that you get from the government.
A variety of purple graphics of different groups of people with accompanying blue text pop up beneath the line.
ON SCREEN TEXT: MOMS AND BABIES
SOME ADULTS NOT COVERED BY ANOTHER TYPE OF PLAN
PEOPLE LIVING WITH DISABILITIES OR SERIOUS HEALTH CONDITIONS
ON SCREEN TEXT: *THIS VARIES BY STATE.
ANNOUNCER: It's great coverage for people who may have low income or certain health conditions.
The rounded top of the capitol building expands, transforming into an umbrella spreading across all the people graphics. Blue text appears on the umbrella. Light blue streaks of rain continue falling over the umbrella.
ON SCREEN TEXT: INCOME
ANNOUNCER: Eligibility can vary by income, household size, and citizenship status, depending on your state.
The people graphics drop off the screen, and the umbrella, viewed from the top down, spreads over a graphic of a sidewalk. Light blue streaks of rain fall across the screen. The umbrella moves along the sidewalk over purple text. Blue text appears in the lower right corner of the screen. The "WHAT'S COVERED?" text in the upper right corner of the screen changes to purple, and purple underlines appear below it.
ON SCREEN TEXT: WHAT'S COVERED?*
ON SCREEN TEXT: *SERVICES VARY BY PLAN.
ANNOUNCER: So that's who may be covered. Now let's talk about what may be covered for low income individuals, families, and children.
The umbrella spins and flutters. Purple text appears on the upper section of the umbrella above a purple graphic of a doctor holding a clipboard in the umbrella's center. A bush outlined in green passes across the top of the screen, a blue bench across the bottom of the screen. Various blue graphics of hospital equipment pop up in blue circles around the doctor, on the open sections of the umbrella. As the doctor writes on the clipboard, light blue streaks flow out from the umbrella's center toward the surrounding blue graphics.
ON SCREEN TEXT: PRIMARY CARE
ANNOUNCER: Most Medicaid plans let you pick your own primary care provider, or PCP. Your PCP is the main health care professional that takes care of you.
The umbrella spins, and the blue graphics fly off, replaced by a blue graphic of a calendar and stethoscope in a blue circle on the left and blue graphics of a male figure and a female figure being inspected by magnifying glasses in blue circles on the right. Blue text appears below the graphics. A bush outlined in green passes across the bottom of the screen.
ON SCREEN TEXT: REGULAR CHECKUPS WITH YOUR PCP
ON SCREEN TEXT: RECOMMENDED MEDICAL TESTS BASED ON YOUR GENDER, AGE AND HEALTH
ANNOUNCER: Medicaid plans offer a lot of help to stay healthy. Your plan may offer preventive care services as well as cover for medications, most at little or no cost to you.
A smaller blue umbrella floats down behind the purple umbrella. Other umbrellas appear on and around the sidewalk. The umbrella pops open, revealing a blue graphic of a tooth and blue text. The other umbrellas pop open revealing graphics of a needle and syringe, an apple, an eye examination chart, and a pregnant woman, with accompanying blue text.
ON SCREEN TEXT: DENTAL CARE
ON SCREEN TEXT: IMMUNIZATIONS FOR CHILDREN
ON SCREEN TEXT: PROGRAMS TO SUPPORT GOOD HEALTH
ON SCREEN TEXT: EYE CARE
ON SCREEN TEXT: EXTRA SUPPORT DURING PREGNANCY
ANNOUNCER: Depending on your plan, your Medicaid coverage may also include extra care and services.
The camera scrolls up to a purple path extending past a green bush and blue bench. The hand swipes across the screen, tracing a line into which the path merges. Purple trees and a blue cloud appear. Purple text pops up and settles on the line. The "HOW CAN I GET STARTED?" text in the upper right corner of the screen changes to purple, and purple underlines appear beneath it.
ON SCREEN TEXT: HOW CAN I GET STARTED?
ANNOUNCER: If you think you might be eligible for Medicaid and you'd like to get started, here's what you can do.
The camera zooms forward. A purple clipboard flies up across the screen. A yellow sun passes behind the blue cloud and appears with rays circling around it. A light blue bird flies on-screen from the left. Sound of a bird chirping. The bird catches the clipboard as it falls back down from the top of the screen. Checkmarks appear on the clipboard while the bird carries it across the screen.
ANNOUNCER: First, learn the details about your state's Medicaid program. Medicaid varies from state to state. Some states even call it something other than Medicaid.
Purple and blue text appear on-screen. A graphic of a blue mouse arrow clicks a purple search box with the word "MEDICAID" typed in blue text above the word "OR" in purple text and a graphic of a blue door and purple "OPEN" sign hanging on it.
ON SCREEN TEXT: 1 FIND YOUR STATE PROGRAM MEDICAID.GOV OR VISIT YOUR STATE'S MEDICAID PROGRAM WEBSITE OR OFFICE
ANNOUNCER: So find your state's program online or visit an office in person.
Purple text appears and blue text appears in sequence under purple graphics of a laptop computer, a telephone, and a male figure. Sound of a telephone line trilling.
ON SCREEN TEXT: 2 SIGN UP ONLINE OR BY PHONE OR IN PERSON
ANNOUNCER: If you're eligible, you can then sign up online, by phone, or in person.
Purple underlined text appears next to blue and purple graphics of an alarm clock, an hourglass, and a hand holding a ticking stopwatch.
ON SCREEN TEXT: 3 STAY COVERED
ANNOUNCER: Keep in mind that once you join, many states will want you to sign up again.
The hourglass flips over, and "RE-ENROLL" in blue text pops up above it. The thumb clicks the button on the stopwatch, and "RE-ENROLL" in blue text pops up above it. The alarm clock rings, and "RE-ENROLL" in blue text shoots out from it. They then repeat this process. Blue text appears on the left side of the screen under the purple text.
ON SCREEN TEXT: REDETERMINATION OR RECERTIFICATION
ON SCREEN TEXT: RE-ENROLL
ANNOUNCER: Some states call this process redetermination or recertification, which are just big words for "re-enroll."
The clock, hourglass, and stopwatch graphics disappear, replaced by a blue and purple graphic of a mailbox. A light blue bird flies in from the left side of the screen, the mailbox door opens, revealing a purple letter which slides out, the bird catches the letter and carries it off the right side of the screen.
ANNOUNCER: So it's a good idea to be on the lookout for instructions from your state on what you need to do to keep your coverage in place.
The mailbox door closes and slowly opens again. A purple truck zooms in from the left side of the screen, and a letter flies into the mailbox. The mailbox door closes and its purple flag pops up on its side.
ANNOUNCER: Your health plan may also contact you when it's time to renew your coverage.
The text and graphics slide off-screen. The hand appears holding a blue marker and draws a straight blue line across the middle of the screen. The line transforms into a shelf. Three purple boxes, labeled "PLAN A," "PLAN B," and "PLAN C," fall onto the shelf, and blue text falls on-screen above the boxes.
ON SCREEN TEXT: PICK A HEALTH PLAN
ANNOUNCER: One last thing. When you sign up for Medicaid, you might be asked to choose a health plan.
The shelf slides to the right, leaving just PLAN A visible. Blue text slides out from behind it. The purple box puffs up and then bounces in place on the shelf.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UNITEDHEALTHCARE
ANNOUNCER: United Healthcare Community Plan is a Medicaid health plan. In fact, we're one of the largest. And chances are, we're in your state.
The original diagram of purple graphics and blue text slides down from the top of the screen, then slides off-screen, replaced by the numbers 1 and 2 in purple which float into a column in the middle of the screen. Purple circles appear around the numbers.
ON SCREEN TEXT: WHO'S COVERED?
ON SCREEN TEXT: WHAT'S COVERED?
ON SCREEN TEXT: HOW CAN I GET STARTED?
ANNOUNCER: And that's it. Now that we've gone over the basics, there are two easy things you can do if you'd like to learn more.
The numbers shrink and slide to the left, transforming into informational icons. A thick, purple line appears between them. Purple and blue text appear beside them. Then they slide off the bottom of the screen.
ON SCREEN TEXT: WHO'S COVERED AND HOW TO ENROLL
ON SCREEN TEXT: LEARN MORE ABOUT BENEFITS
ANNOUNCER: Visit medicaid.gov to learn more about who's covered and how to enroll in your state. And to learn more about benefits offered by United Healthcare Community Plan, visit uhccommunityplan.com. Thanks for watching.
The blue United Healthcare logo and blue text appear. Small, light blue text appears at the bottom. The words in "UnitedHealthcare" pop, then flash bright blue, accompanied by bright, musical whistling.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare®
ON SCREEN TEXT: Not approved for use in DE, FL, KS, NM, OH, PA and TN.