UnitedHealthcare Choice 750

UnitedHealthcare Choice 750 (plan option ends Dec. 31, 2022)

Plan overview

The UnitedHealthcare Choice 750 option is an EPO plan. Employees who enroll in this plan have set copays for health care services such as doctor’s office visits or Urgent Care visits. When you need hospital care or MRIs, CTs or PET scans, you must pay your deductible before the plan pays part of the bill (called co-insurance).

Where you can go for care

  • Network Doctors: Doctors that take UnitedHealthcare insurance are considered “network” providers.
  • Preferred Hospitals (sometimes called Tier 1): Preferred Hospitals are a select group of hospitals within the UnitedHealthcare Choice network. When you use Preferred Hospitals, you will receive the highest level of benefit coverage and pay the lowest out-of-pocket costs. To see a list of Preferred Hospitals, click here.
  • Network Hospitals (sometimes called Tier 2): Any hospital within the UnitedHealthcare Choice network. Your cost is higher when you go to a Network Hospital that is not considered a Preferred Hospital. 
  • Out-of-Network: There is no coverage under this plan option for services or care you receive from a doctor or hospital that is not in network unless it is for a true emergency.

To find a doctor or facility in the UHC Choice network: 

  1. Visit WhyUHC.com/thr
  2. Click Health Plans
  3. Select a plan option 

To get the most up to date information, please contact UHC customer service at 1-877-MyTHRLink (1-877-698-4754), prompt 2.

What you pay for care


UHC Choice Plan 750

UHC Choice Network Doctors, Preferred Hospitals and
Free-standing Facilities6

UHC Choice
Network Hospitals1


National network with preferred hospitals


$750 individual
$2,250 family

$3,500 individual
$10,500 family

Medical and Rx Out-of-Pocket Maximum1

$6,850 individual / $13,700 family

Office Visits

$30 copay for primary care doctor; $50 copay for specialist

Maternity Office Visits

$30 copay for initial office visit; no cost for additional visits

Inpatient Hospital Care

10% after deductible

70% after deductible

Virtual Care Services: Doctor on Demand, AmWell or Teladoc


Emergency Room

$200 copay, then 10% after deductible

Urgent Care Center

$50 copay

Outpatient Surgery2

Office visit copay applies; 10% after
deductible if not in doctor’s office

70% after deductible
if not in doctor’s office

Routine Physicals3


Well-Woman/Man Exams3
(Including Pap Test or PSA Test)3


Well-Child Care3
(Including Immunizations)3






Outpatient Diagnostic Lab & X-ray (Excluding MRI, CT, PET Scans)2

No additional charge if processed in doctor’s office; 10% after deductible if not in doctor’s office

70% after deductible

MRI, CT & PET Scans2

10% after deductible

70% after deductible

Outpatient Therapy5

$30 per visit

$50 per visit

1 Maximum includes deductible, co-insurance, and copays for medical care and prescriptions.

2 When your doctor requests tests or services such as lab work, X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, physical therapy, or rehabilitation at a free-standing facility that isn’t affiliated with a hospital, you should check to make sure they are in-network. Check with your insurance carrier to verify whether a facility and/or doctor is covered under your plan and to learn how much your coinsurance would be.

3 Well exams are covered in full if the claims administrator determines the physical is for preventive care. Additional screenings or services will be considered diagnostic services and will be covered after you pay the applicable copay or deductible and coinsurance. At the time of your preventive care visit, if other services are performed that are not preventive services, as determined by the claims administrator, they will not be paid at 100% even if they are submitted as part of a claim for preventive care.

4 One per year is covered. You pay the coinsurance for additional mammograms.

5 Up to a combined total of 60 visits per year are covered for outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Pulmonary and rehabilitation services are covered up to 20 visits. Up to 36 cardiac rehabilitation visits are covered.

6 If you have a medical condition that requires care at a facility that is not on the Preferred Hospital list, contact UnitedHealthcare PRIOR to receiving care/treatment. If expertise is limited at the facilities on the Preferred Hospital list, meaning you are not able to get treatment at a Preferred Hospital, your benefits may be pre-approved to be paid as though you had used a Preferred Hospital (ie: your benefits may pay at a higher level, lowering your cost for services). However, this only applies if UnitedHealthcare pre-approves the covered services/supplies for the condition to be provided by or arranged by a designated facility/other provider not on the Preferred Hospital list. The pre-approval by UnitedHealthcare must be completed prior to care being received. If you have any questions or issues, please contact Benefits Support at 1-877-698-4754 prompt 9.

What you pay each paycheck

Click here to view your cost per paycheck.

Features of the plan

There are a variety of cool (and some free) features that come with this plan option. You can find a full list of features here.


Check out these tips that can help you get the care that is right for you while keeping your costs down.


  • UnitedHealthCare:
    • Phone: 1-877-698-4754, prompt 2
    • Web: myUHC.com
  • Benefits Support