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Your Health

Tools for Tune-ups and Beyond

Medical, dental, vision, and more. At DriveTime, we offer a wide variety of health care benefits to help you keep cruising with confidence. Make the most of your benefits by understanding your coverage options, taking advantage of available resources, and making informed choices during open enrollment and throughout the year.

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Medical Coverage

Like cars, medical coverage comes with lots of options. DriveTime offers health plans that give you choice and flexibility, as well as resources for helping you choose quality care for the best possible value. Need help figuring it all out? Just call a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate at 1-844-298-8934

Two medical plan options

DriveTime offers two medical plan options—the UnitedHealthcare PPO plan and the UnitedHealthcare high-deductible health plan (HDHP).

Choosing the right medical plan is an important decision. Take the time to learn about your options and select the right plan for you and your family. Here are some general differences between the two plans:

PPO Plan
In-network preventive care is covered 100%
Higher cost per paycheck
Lower deductible
You can fund a health care flexible savings account (FSA)
HDHP
In-network preventive care is covered 100%
Lower cost per paycheck
Higher deductible
You can fund a health savings account (HSA), which includes funding assistance from DriveTime

Here is an overview of how coverage works for each plan, based on three key components:

1: Your Deductible

The amount you pay for medical services before the insurance plan will begin to pay. 

PPO In-Network Deductible:HDHP In-Network Deductible:
• Individual: $1,500
• Family: $3,000
• Individual: $2,000
• Family: $4,000
2: Your Coinsurance

You and the insurance plan share expenses in a specified ratio after you meet the deductible until you reach the out-of-pocket maximum (OOP max).

PPO In-Network Deductible:HDHP In-Network Deductible:
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3: Your Out-of-Pocket Maximum

The maximum amount of money you will pay for medical services during the plan year. It is the sum of your deductible and coinsurance payments.

PPO In-Network Deductible:HDHP In-Network Deductible:
• Individual: $3,500
• Family: $7,000
• Individual: $4,000
• Family: $8,000
Your HSA

If you enroll in the HDHP, DriveTime will make a $100 initial deposit into your HSA and will match your contributions dollar for dollar up to the following amounts:

• Employee-only: $150
• All other levels: $400

Take a Closer Look

For complete details on each of the two medical plan options, including more information on coverage, rates, and how the plans work, view or download the Benefits Owner’s Manual [PDF] . 

Questions?

Call a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate at 1-844-298-8934 or visit the myuhc.com® website

Not a member yet? Visit the My DT Benefits website.

Working with the right doctor—including a primary care physician who knows you and your health history—is one of the most important things you can do to maintain good health and wellbeing. UnitedHealthcare makes it easier to find doctors who are recognized for delivering quality, cost-efficient care with the UnitedHealth Premium® program.*

Premium Care Physicians are more likely to give you the care you need, with:

  • Fewer complications
  • Fewer do-over surgeries
  • Fewer unnecessary lab tests, MRIs, and medications

To find a Premium Care Physician near you, look for two blue hearts next to their name on the myuhc.com® website.

*The UnitedHealth Premium program is not available in St. Louis, Missouri.

Have a map, plan ahead. Those are good ideas for road trips—and health care. The emergency room (ER) is the right place to go in a real emergency, but that’s not always the level of care you need. For everything else, you’ll save time and money by exploring your options—including Teladoc®, where you can see and talk to a doctor online, anytime. Compare your care options below so you know where to go.

Teladoc

($0; both plans)

If you are enrolled in our medical plans, DriveTime provides 24/7/365 access to licensed physicians through Teladoc at no additional cost. Make an appointment with a physician right from your phone or computer and get care without leaving your house. Get started on the Teladoc website.

Ideal for:

  • Sore throat
  • Cough/cold
  • Rash
  • Pink eye
  • Bladder infection
  • Many other minor conditions
Primary Care Physician

(PPO: $30 copay; HDHP: 10% after deductible)

For care during normal office hours, it may be best to go to your primary care doctor. He or she knows your health history and can provide follow-up care or refer you to a specialist, if needed. Save money by selecting a Premium Care Physician.

Ideal for:

  • Routine checkups
  • Immunizations
  • Preventive services
  • Condition management
  • Non-urgent medical issues 
Urgent Care Center

(PPO: $75 copay; HDHP: 20% after deductible)

Urgent care centers typically don’t require an appointment and are often open in the evenings and on weekends. In-network urgent care centers are faster and much less expensive than the ER.

Ideal for:

  • Severe vomiting or fevers
  • Cuts or burns
  • Sprains and strains
  • Non-emergency illness or injuries
Emergency Room

(PPO: $250 copay + 20% after deductible; HDHP: 20% after deductible)

In the case of a true medical emergency, go to the ER. At the ER, true emergencies are treated first and other cases must wait—sometimes for hours. And, it will cost you a lot more to get care at the ER.

For true emergencies only, such as:

  • Possible heart attack or stroke
  • Uncontrollable bleeding 
  • Major burns or fractures
  • Severe allergic reactions 
  • Difficulty breathing  
Not Sure Where to Go?
Speak with a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate

($0; both plans)

Speak with a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate who can help you decide where to go and find an in-network provider near you. Call 1-844-298-8934.

Get the green light on saving some green. Check out these simple things you can do to help keep costs down and get the care you need without sacrificing quality.

Get Preventive Care

Take advantage of 100% coverage when you use in-network providers for annual physicals, immunizations, and preventive care. See what types of preventive care may be right for you on the UnitedHealthcare Preventative Care website

Stay In-Network

You’ll pay less when you use UnitedHealthcare in-network providers. Find in-network providers on myuhc.com® website or the UnitedHealthcare® app. 

Use Premium Care Physicians

These doctors are known for delivering quality, cost-effective care. To choose smart, look for two blue hearts next to doctors’ names on the myuhc.com® website or the UnitedHealthcare® app

Compare Costs

The amount you pay for care depends on the provider you choose. Use the cost estimator tool on the myuhc.com® website or the UnitedHealthcare® app to compare costs before you get care, so you know what to expect.  

Know Where to Go for Care

In a true emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For everything else, you’ll save time and money by exploring your options on the myuhc.com® website. Not sure? Call 1-844-298-8934 to speak with a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate who can help you decide.

Click to download the UnitedHealthcare® app on the App Store® or Google Play™.

The information on this website provides just a snapshot of your health plan benefits. For complete details, including information on coverage and exclusions, please refer to your Summary Plan Description (SPD).

If you have questions, call a UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate at 1-844-298-8934. If you have questions about the SPD, email your Total Rewards Team. 

Have a Health or Benefit Question? An Advocate Can Help.

A UnitedHealthcare Health Advocate is standing by to connect you to the information and support you need. Call 1-844-298-8934 to get connected, visit the myuhc.com® website or download the UnitedHealthcare® app on the App Store® or Google Play™.