Solutions to address health care challenges and opportunities

At UnitedHealth Group, we are committed to helping build a modern, high-performing health system by expanding access to care, improving health care affordability, enhancing the health care experience and achieving better outcomes for the individuals and organizations we are privileged to serve. Explore our research and solutions for addressing these health care challenges and opportunities.
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United Health Foundation Launches $3 Million Partnership with Active Minds to Help Address The Youth Mental Health Crisis
Oct. 12, 2022 
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America’s Health Rankings Reveals Continued Youth Mental Health Crisis
Oct. 12, 2022 
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Comprehensive Programming for Families of Children With Special Health Care Needs Improves Experiences While Lowering Costs
Aug. 01, 2022 
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RESEARCH & REPORTS

Research Library

UnitedHealth Group research presents data analysis and modeling, targeted narratives and insightful graphics that address key health care challenges and opportunities.

POLICY INSIGHTS

A Path Forward

Learn about UnitedHealth Group’s perspective and solutions for how to build a modern, high-performing health system where every person has access to high-quality, affordable health care that meets their unique needs.

REPORT LIBRARY

America’s Health Rankings

America’s Health Rankings, produced by the United Health Foundation in collaboration with an advisory group of leading experts in public health, offers data-driven insights that stakeholders can use to effect change and continue the dialogue on improving our nation’s health. For more than 30 years, the platform has checked the pulse of our nation through the Annual Report that measures the overall health of each state in the country. The platform also provides detailed analyses on health disparities and the health of key populations in the country, including women and children, older adults and those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.