Renew Active

Renew Active is a comprehensive fitness and wellness program specifically designed for older adults, which is offered as a benefit under certain Medicare Advantage plans. This program is aimed at improving physical health, mental acuity, and social well-being through a variety of activities, including gym memberships, fitness classes, personalized fitness plans, and access to an extensive network of fitness locations. UnitedHealthcare, a leading health insurance company, provides Renew Active as part of its Medicare Advantage plans.

UnitedHealthcare’s plans are tailored to meet the health and wellness needs of individuals aged 65 and older, or those with certain disabilities eligible for Medicare. AARP, the American Association of Retired Persons, endorses Medicare Advantage plans from UnitedHealthcare, leveraging its brand to promote plans that are designed to offer benefits that meet the needs of its members. However, it’s important to distinguish that AARP itself is not an insurance company but rather works in partnership with UnitedHealthcare to endorse these plans.

The AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance plans, also known as Medigap, are offered by UnitedHealthcare. While these supplement plans do not directly offer Renew Active, they complement Medicare Advantage plans by helping to cover costs that Medicare Part A and Part B do not, such as copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. In summary, Renew Active is a hallmark feature of certain UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans, endorsed by AARP, designed to support the health and wellness of older adults. It’s part of a broader approach to Medicare that prioritizes preventative care, fitness, and overall well-being, distinguishing these plans in the competitive landscape of Medicare health coverage.