(May 6) UnitedHealth Group is donating $1 million to supply 2,500 oxygen concentrators, as well as other critical medical equipment, through the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum and the US-India Friendship Alliance.
The pandemic will end, but another crisis awaits: drug costs
(April 28) With Americans spending more than $1,200 per year on average for their prescriptions, Dr. Richard Migliori, Chief Medical Officer at UnitedHealth Group, says we need both private-sector efforts and sensible public policy to have an effective impact on rising drug prices.
The CEO of UnitedHealth's sprawling health-clinic business shared how transforming the way doctors get paid will help it notch $100 billion in revenue
(April 22) "To transform healthcare, you need four things: You need patients, you need providers, you need payers, and you need data," said Dr. Wyatt Decker, CEO, OptumHealth. "Our scale and sophistication in all four of those makes Optum, uniquely qualified to actually transform healthcare and create that next generation healthcare system that we've all been looking for and waiting for."
Why UnitedHealth sees combined powers of its health plan, Optum as a competitive advantage https://t.co/qsgisY1HCz— FierceHealth (@FierceHealth) May 13, 2021
Janice Huckaby, chief medical officer of maternal-child health at Optum Population Health Services: "When it comes to policy ... [we] especially would support the extension of prenatal benefits to women for up to a year after they've given birth."— Axios (@axios) May 11, 2021
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Our partner @UnitedHealthGrp is stepping up to assist India during the pandemic by donating $1M to provide 2,500 + oxygen concentrators. The grant will be made through #USISPF & its affiliate foundation, the US-India Friendship Alliance. Read more here: https://t.co/QKeASXlody https://t.co/7S2NPqgOnV— USISPF (@USISPForum) May 5, 2021
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