Wisconsin Vision Eye Doctors Accept UnitedHealthcare Insurance
Our optometrists are in-network UnitedHealthcare vision providers offering comprehensive vision care for children and adults, including patients with special needs.
What does United Healthcare vision cover?
Your vision care benefits through United Healthcare will vary based on your specific vision plan. Wisconsin Vision offers free coverage checks to make it easy to understand. Just stop by any location or give us a call and we’ll explain your detailed benefits information (including allowances, copays, and discounts).
Many UnitedHealthcare vision programs cover:
Some UHC vision plans also cover lens treatments like scratch-resistant coating, and offer discounts on non-prescription sunglasses. No matter what your plan covers, we’ll help you make the most of your benefits and make sure you understand any out-of-pocket expenses you’ll be responsible for.
Is UnitedHealthcare Vision the same as Spectera?
They are closely related. According to the UHC website (here), all providers in Spectera’s Eyecare Network also accept UnitedHealthcare vision (our eye doctors are in-network providers for both).
UnitedHealthcare owns the Spectera network, which is made up of vision care providers for routine eye exams, prescription updates, glasses, contacts, and so on. They also provide coverage for vision emergencies through their medical network. The separation provides a clear division between the two types of eye care to simplify claims and billing for members.
Find eye doctors that take UnitedHealthcare in Wisconsin
UnitedHealthcare vision insurance is accepted at all 26 of our eye care centers statewide, making it easy to find a UnitedHealthcare vision provider in Wisconsin’s largest metro areas: