Vision Get your eye exam. The network provider, a state-licensed ophthalmologist or optometrist, will perform a complete eye exam, which includes a case history and an examination for eye disease and vision impairment. Should vision correction be required, your provider will give you a prescription for glasses or contacts. Should a disease or eye disorder be found, you may be referred to your health plan for medical eye coverage. Choose eyewear. If you need prescription eyewear, your provider can help you choose it and place an order. Prescription eyewear includes eyeglasses and/or contacts depending on your plan coverage. Once your eyewear order is complete, your provider will schedule a time for pickup. Eyewear is dispensed at the provider’s office to ensure optical accuracy and proper fit. If you have any questions or concerns about your glasses or contacts let your provider know; they are there to help you both during and after your appointment. Print an ID card. You do not need a member ID card to use your benefits. However, if you’d like one, you can easily print one from www.myuhcvision.com . Simply click on “Click Here to Print Vision ID Card” under “My Benefits.” Questions about your plan? Visit www.myuhcvision.com or call 1-800-638-3120. UnitedHealthcare Vision® coverage provided by or through UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company, located in Hartford, Connecticut, or its affiliates. Administrative services provided by Spectera, Inc., United HealthCare Services, Inc. or their affiliates. Plans sold in Texas use policy form number VPOL.06 and associated COC form number VCOC.INT.06.TX. 100-10505 01/12 ©2012 United HealthCare Services, Inc.