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November 2018

Warby Parker Eyewear Now Available to People Enrolled in UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage Plans

UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plan holders now have access to Warby Parker’s designer prescription eyewear either online at, at nine locations in Texas or at more than 80 Warby Parker stores nationwide.

This marks the first time Warby Parker is accepting Medicare insurance. People enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans that include eyewear benefits through UnitedHealthcare Vision can purchase prescription eyewear from Warby Parker for little or no out-of-pocket cost, often for less than $50.

The expansion builds on an existing network relationship that provides people with employer-sponsored and individual UnitedHealthcare plans access to Warby Parker’s designer eyewear for only a copayment. UnitedHealthcare became the first insurance plan accepted by Warby Parker in 2017.

UnitedHealthcare Integrates Apple Watch into Motion, Wearable Device Program for Wellness

Apple Watch is now a part of UnitedHealthcare Motion, a wearable device program that helps motivate participants to stay active and achieve nearly 12,000 steps per day – more than double the number of the average American adult.

UnitedHealthcare Motion is available to employers with self-funded and fully insured health plans in Texas. Employees to earn up to $4 per day in financial incentives based on achieving walking goals.

Starting this month, eligible program participants can either use their existing Apple Watch or buy and start using Apple Watch – initially paying tax and shipping – and then paying the purchase price of the device by meeting walking goals. Participants may be able to own – with a zero balance – an Apple Watch after approximately six months of meeting daily walking goals.

Since UnitedHealthcare Motion’s inception, participants have collectively walked more than 235 billion steps and earned nearly $38 million in rewards.


UnitedHealthcare of Texas and the Dallas Cowboys Serve Thanksgiving Meals at the Salvation Army

UnitedHealthcare of Texas leaders and employee volunteers joined the Dallas Cowboys in serving early Thanksgiving lunch to 800 men and women at Salvation Army Centers in Dallas and Fort Worth Monday.

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Travis Frederick, Byron Jones and other Cowboys served food and gifted items to help prepare attendees for the cold winter months.

Photo Credit: Dallas Cowboys
Photo Credit: Dallas Cowboys
Photo Credit: Dallas Cowboys
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