America's seniors are seeing improvements in clinical care but are facing significant economic barriers to better health, according to the key findings from United Health Foundation's fifth annual America's Health Rankings Senior Report.
UnitedHealth Group, Optum and UnitedHealthcare and our partners have the opportunity and the privilege to improve the lives of millions of people around the world and help build healthier communities for everyone. In this report we share a few of our recent initiatives to improve the health and welfare of the neighborhoods where we live and work.
UnitedHealth Group has updated several components of its 2014 report on practical, proven and scalable approaches for advancing primary care delivery.
A recent report from UnitedHealth Group finds that $500 billion to $620 billion could be saved by modernizing Medicare and Medicaid.
The nation’s health is seeing concerning upticks in key health indicators according to the key findings in United Health Foundation’s 27th America’s Health Rankings Annual Report.
Today the newest America's Health Rankings report on the health of those who have served in the United States Armed Forces was released by United Health Foundation in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).
The majority of people who have served in the U.S. military report being in very good or excellent health despite facing notable health challenges, including higher rates of cancer and coronary heart disease.
A study of a new web-based tool piloted with select medical oncology practices in UnitedHealthcare's care provider network in Florida found 99 percent of cancer patients received approval for chemotherapy drug regimens immediately or within 24 hours.
Notable differences in the health of women and children exist across – and often even within – states according to some of the key findings of United Health Foundation's 2016 America's Health Rankings® Health of Women and Children Report.
More Americans are using technology to improve access to health care and make more informed decisions, even as most have a limited understanding of basic health insurance terms or the cost of specific medical services, according to a new study from UnitedHealthcare.