A three-year, $1 million grant from the United Health Foundation announced this week will help fund new, no-cost diagnostic and specialty services at The Health Wagon, such as mammography, ultrasound, x-ray and expanded dental services.
Nearly a year after a groundbreaking ceremony to create a substance-abuse treatment center on the Spirit Lake Reservation at Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) in Fort Totten, N.D., the facility opened its doors.
Optum employee volunteers in the United States and around the world worked to make a difference in local communities where they work and live.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, is awarding $1.1 million in grants to four statewide and Cleveland-area community-based organizations to expand their services that address key social determinants of health, and improve care access and health outcomes.
As the oldest child in the family, Bricia Santoyo learned to juggle multiple responsibilities as she grew up, balancing schoolwork with caring for her three younger siblings while her parents worked in agriculture.
To help thousands of Tennesseans and their families fight substance abuse and addiction, Helen Ross McNabb Center, The University of Tennessee Medical Center and the United Health Foundation are partnering to expand access to care providers and behavioral health services throughout East Tennessee.
The United Health Foundation today announced a three-year, $1.05 million grant to Helen Ross McNabb Center to expand The University of Tennessee’s Medical Center’s Emergency Room Substance Misuse Harm Reduction and Engagement Program.
A rising senior at Bennett College, a historically black women’s college in Greensboro, N.C., Jones hopes to combine her passion for medicine with a newfound enthusiasm for analytics to get a better handle on the physician burnout epidemic in the industry.
UnitedHealth Group and the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC), the oldest and largest consortium of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), are partnering on a new initiative to prepare students to meet the growing demand in the marketplace for data analytics experts.
In response to the growing need for data scientists and employees with data analytics skills, UnitedHealth Group has created an $8.2 million partnership with the Atlanta University Center Consortium to develop a pipeline for minority students.