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UnitedHealthcare SignatureValueTM Offered by UnitedHealthcare of California 40/20% Performance HMO Schedule of Benefits (Benefit Package B, Network 3) Effective January 1, 2012 These services are covered as indicated when authorized through your Primary Care Physician in your Participating Medical Group. (Medically Necessary services served by your Participating Medical Group. Please consult your brochure for additional details. Copayment waived if admitted) Urgent Care as provided by your selected PMG/IPA Benefits Available While Hospitalized as an Inpatient Balance (if any) is the responsibility of the Member (Prognosis of life expectancy of one year or less) (After mastectomy and complications from mastectomy) (As required by state law, coverage includes treatment for Severe Mental Illness (SMI) of adults and children and the treatment of Serious Emotional Disturbance of Children (SED). Please refer to your Supplement to the UnitedHealthcare of California Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form for a description of this coverage.) (Only one hospital Copayment per admit is applicable. If a transfer to another facility is necessary, you are not responsible for the additional hospital admission Copayment.) Benefits Available While Hospitalized as an Inpatient (Continued) (Including physical, occupational and speech therapy) (Up to 100 consecutive calendar days from the first treatment per disability) (Medical/medication and surgical) 1st trimester – After 20 weeks, not covered unless Medically Necessary, such as the mother’s life is in jeopardy or fetus is not viable. Benefits Available on an Outpatient Basis Balance (if any) is the responsibility of the Member (Additional Copayment for outpatient surgery or inpatient hospital benefits and outpatient rehabilitation therapy may apply) (Additional Copayment for outpatient surgery or inpatient hospital benefits may apply) Durable Medical Equipment for the Treatment of Pediatric Asthma (Includes nebulizers, peak flow meters, face masks and tubing for the Medically Necessary treatment of pediatric asthma of Dependent children under the age of 19.) Family Planning/Voluntary Termination of Pregnancy Copayment will be the applicable Physician office visit, Outpatient Surgery or Inpatient Surgery Insertion/Removal of Intra-Uterine Device (IUD) (Limited to one Depo-Provera injection every 90 days.) Voluntary Termination of Pregnancy (Medical/medication and surgical) 1st trimester – After 20 weeks, not covered unless Medically Necessary, such as the mother’s life is in jeopardy or fetus is not viable. $5,000 Benefit Maximum every three years. Limited to one hearing aid per hearing impaired ear every three years. Benefits Available on an Outpatient Basis (Continued) Depending upon where the covered health service is Limited to a single hearing aid during the entire period of time the provided, benefits for bone anchored hearing aid will member is enrolled in the Health Plan (per lifetime). Repairs be the same as those stated under each covered and/or replacements are not covered, except for malfunctions. health service category in this Schedule of Benefits Deluxe model and upgrades that are not medically necessary are not covered. (Prognosis of life expectancy of one year or less) (Infusion Therapy is a separate Copayment in addition to a home health care or an office visit Copayment. Copayment applies per 30 days or treatment plan, whichever is shorter) Injectable Drugs (Outpatient Injectable Medications and Self- (Copayment not applicable to allergy serum, immunizations, birth control, Infertility and insulin. The Self-Injectable medications Copayment applies per 30 days or treatment plan, whichever is shorter. Please see the UnitedHealthcare of California Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form for more information on these benefits, if any. Office visit Copayment may also apply) (When available through or authorized by your UnitedHealthcare Performance HMO Participating Medical Group) (As required by state law, coverage includes treatment for Severe Mental Illness (SMI) of adults and children and the treatment of Serious Emotional Disturbance of Children (SED). Please refer to your Supplement to the UnitedHealthcare of California Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form for a description of this coverage.) Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Therapy at a Participating Free- (Including physical, occupational and speech therapy) Outpatient Surgery at a Participating Free-Standing or Outpatient Benefits Available on an Outpatient Basis (Continued) (For children under two years of age, refer to Well-Baby Care) Services as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) including the Bright Futures Recommendations for pediatric preventive health care, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force with an "A" or a "B" recommended rating, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the Health Resources and Services Administration, and as authorized by your Primary Care Physician in your Participating Medical Group.) Covered Services may include, but are not limited to the following: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Screening (Examples include, but are not limited to, brachytherapy, radioactive implants and conformal photon beam; Copayment applies per 30 days or treatment plan, whichever is shorter; GammaKnife and stereotactic procedures are covered as outpatient surgery. Please refer to outpatient surgery for Copayment amount if any) Specialized scanning and imaging procedures: (Examples include but are not limited to, CT, SPECT, PET, MRA and MRI – with or without contrast media) A separate Copayment will be charged for each part of the body scanned as part of an imaging procedure. 1 Annual Copayment Maximum does not include Copayments for pharmacy and supplemental benefits, except Behavioral Health 2When individual or a family meets annual copayment maximum, no further copayments are required for the year for that individual or 3 Each hospital admission requires a 20% Copayment. 4 Cancer Clinical Trial services require preauthorization by UnitedHealthcare. If you participate in a Cancer Clinical Trial provided by a Non-Participating Provider that does not agree to perform these services at the rate UnitedHealthcare negotiates with Participating Providers, you will be responsible for payment of the difference between the Non-Participating Providers billed charges and the rate negotiated by UnitedHealthcare with Participating Providers, in addition to any applicable Copayments, coinsurance or deductibles. 5 The inpatient hospital benefits Copayment does not apply to newborns when the newborn is discharged with the mother within 48 hours of the normal vaginal delivery or 96 hours of the cesarean delivery. Please see the Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form for more details. 6 In instances where the negotiated rate is less than your Copayment, you will pay only the negotiated rate. 7 Bone anchored hearing aid will be subject to applicable medical/surgical categories (e.g. inpatient hospital, physician fees) only for members who meet the medical criteria specified in the Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form. Limited to one (1) bone anchored hearing aid during the period of time the member is enrolled in the Health Plan (per lifetime). Repairs and/or replacement for a bone anchored hearing aid are not covered, except for malfunctions. Deluxe model and upgrades that are not medically necessary are not covered. 8 Preventive tests/screenings/counseling as recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and AAP (Bright Futures Recommendations for pediatric preventive health care) will be covered as Paid in Full. There may be a separate copayment for the office visit and other additional charges for services rendered. Please call the Customer Service number on your ID card. Except in the case of a Medically Necessary Emergency or an Urgently Needed Service (outside geographic area served by your Participating Medical Group), each of the above-noted benefits is covered when authorized by your Participating Medical Group or UnitedHealthcare. A Utilization Review Committee may review the request for services. Note: This is not a contract. This is a Schedule of Benefits and its enclosures constitute only a summary of the Health Plan. The Medical and Hospital Group Subscriber Agreement and the UnitedHealthcare of California Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form and additional benefit materials must be consulted to determine the exact terms and conditions of coverage. A specimen copy of the contract will be furnished upon request and is available at the UnitedHealthcare office and your employer’s personnel office. UnitedHealthcare’s most recent audited financial information is also available upon request.

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