OneOncology offers you medical plan options that provide comprehensive medical and prescription drug coverage. Read on to better understand the differences between our plans and key features.
Choose From Three Different Plans:
All utilize UMR, a UnitedHealthcare affiliated company for medical coverage and SmithRx for pharmacy coverage. All plans also have a concierge health care service provider called Included Health.
- HDHP with HSA (High Deductible Health Plan)
- UHC Choice Plus
- UHC Select Plus for California employees
- Go to includedhealth.com/oneoncology
- Click “Activate My Account”
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM): SmithRx
- Go to smithrx.com
- Click “Login”
- On the bottom left , click “Create an account”
9 a.m. – 8 p.m. ET (7 days a week)
Please see below for more details regarding the in-network benefits offered by each plan. Domestic network benefits are available on all plans. Providers in the domestic network are still consider in-network providers, but the deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums are lower than other in-network providers and certain services have reduced co-pays. See your specific plan summaries for more details within the resources section.
Through UnitedHealthcare, UMR and HealthSCOPE Benefits creates and publishes the Machine-Readable Files on behalf of OneOncology. To review the Machine-Readable Files, please click on the URL provided: https://transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com/
Quick Answers to Common Questions
How do I find a network provider?
If you are not enrolled in the plan, you can visit connect.werally.com/plans/uhc/1. From here, click “Choice Plus” (“Select Plus” if you live in CA). Type in your provider’s name or search for a new provider.
Once you are enrolled in the plan, you can visit includedhealth.com/oneoncology or call Included Health.
Will I receive ID cards?
You will receive a new ID card in the mail. You are also able to download an electronic copy at includedhealth.com/oneoncology.
Do I have to choose a primary care physician (PCP)?
No. The medical plan does not require you to choose a PCP, however, it is recommended to have one main physician who is familiar with your medical history and general health.
Links & Resources
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