UnitedHealthcare is launching a national initiative featuring Hasbro's NERF products this holiday season to encourage young people to become more active through "exergaming."
CharterCARE Health Partners, CharterCARE Provider Group RI, LLC, and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Rhode Island have launched a Medicaid accountable care program to improve health outcomes, increase patient satisfaction and reduce the overall cost of care for people enrolled in UnitedHealthcare Medicaid plans.
The Connecticut Science Center today opened its latest exhibit – "Cycling to Wellness" – an interactive space that includes a virtual cycling game and is designed to highlight the health benefits of cycling.
UnitedHealthcare employees in Chico today donated more than 3,000 pounds of food and dozens of boxes filled with everyday necessities to Catalyst Domestic Violence Services' emergency shelter in Butte County.
DeKalb Physician Hospital Organization (DPHO) and UnitedHealthcare have launched an accountable care program to improve people's health and their satisfaction with their health care experience.
Today 18 Indiana high-school football programs were hosted at the Indianapolis Colts' headquarters at an exclusive event focused on student-athlete health and safety.
UnitedHealthcare announced the winners of the "Well Deserved" award, an honor given to organizations with comprehensive and innovative employee wellness programs.
UnitedHealthcare and Hasbro are collaborating on a national initiative to encourage young people to be more active through “exergaming.”
Three Nebraska Federally Qualified Health Centers were each awarded a $25,000 grant by UnitedHealthcare to support efforts that improve coordination of physical and behavioral health care services.
UnitedHealthcare and Arizona's largest nonprofit community-development organization, Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC), are partnering to help Phoenix-area low- and moderate-income individuals and families access quality, affordable housing – an essential component of good health.