My family is in the market for health insurance right now after a layoff at work – sigh.
Because of that, I’m researching what plans would be best for our situation. Healthcare Education is critical while choosing the best plans. It is also important after choosing the plan being able to better utilize it. The good news is I found that UnitedHealthcare has an easy to navigate website that literally took me 3 minutes to get quotes on a ton of different plan choices. Plus, the website has some fun educational games to play. For each game you can enter to win a $500 monthly prize or $100 weekly prize – UnitedHealthcare Health Facts, UnitedHealthcare Perfect Match, and UnitedHealthcare Look Learn.
Here are the simple steps to learn about available plans for your needs…
For our situation I selected Individual & Families:
Then either select “view plans” or “start here.”
The next screen will ask for the gender, birthdate, and whether or not each person is a tobacco user. Luckily, my 5 year old is not so that’ll save us money. LOL
After entering the information, select “view plans” and a ton of plans come up to choose from with varying levels for deductibles and different pricing. I found this information to be SO helpful! We’ve actually used UnitedHealthcare in the past and are planning to use UnitedHealthcare again for coverage now.
Now on to the games where you can enter to try to win the weekly $100 prize or monthly $500 prize! Woot woot!!! I played all three and had fun with the bonus of becoming more educated about healthcare coverage!
Each game will have a weekly $100 winner and monthly $500 winner! For the UnitedHealthcare Look Learn game, simply watch the video, answer the question below and then enter to try to win! With the UnitedHealthcare Health Facts game, you will just need to answer three questions. Don’t worry if you get one wrong(like I did). It will tell you the right answer and you can correct it and then enter to try to win. Last was my favorite because I like matching games… UnitedHealthcare Perfect Match. It took me a couple tries to get all the cards matched up but learned a lot about healthcare coverage because of that.