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FAQs

Can I Receive Medical Benefits Even If I Don't Have a Covered Condition?

Those who suffer from illnesses that are not covered by EEOICPA or RECA may also have access to the same benefits through… READ MORE

Do You Have Doctors that Can Diagnose If I Have a Covered Health Condition?

Once you have been diagnosed with one of the listed illnesses associated with working for the Department of Energy… READ MORE

Does UEW Healthcare Work With my Insurance Carrier or Medicaid?

Once a covered employee has been awarded medical benefits, he or she receives a medical benefits identification card… READ MORE

Does United Energy Workers Provide Paid Services Outside of EEOICPA and RECA?

Under the EEOICPA, workers employed by the Department of Energy (DOE) who were exposed to radiation or other toxic substances… READ MORE

How Can I Receive Free Healthcare If I Don't Live in Your Service Areas?

Many claimants who suffer from illnesses caused by radiation or exposure to toxins… READ More

How Do I Apply for EEOICPA and RECA Benefits?

Claimants must submit an in-depth record of employment history as well as… READ MORE

How Do You Work With My Insurance for Uncovered Medical Expenses?

After an employee has been approved under the EEOICPA, he or she receives a medical benefits identification card that must be presented… READ MORE

How Long Do I Qualify to Receive Your Home Healthcare Services?

You might begin to worry about how long the benefits will last. Your ability to collect free EEOCIPA and RECA home health care… READ MORE

If Your Services are Free, How Do You Get Compensated?

Because of the manner in which the EEOICPA and RECA programs are set up, United Energy Workers Healthcare receives payment directly from… READ MORE

Does EEOICPA and RECA Cover Chronic Illnesses of Current DOE Workers?

Programs can provide free home healthcare services among other benefits that can make it a little easier for … READ MORE

Can I File a Wrongful Death Claim for My Loved One?

Through the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICPA) and the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) survivors of eligible beneficiaries…. READ MORE