More than 15,000 families in Hartford and Tolland counties will be able to sit down to Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the generosity of Hartford employers and residents who stopped by 185 Asylum St. this morning to drop off turkeys and other holiday food items, and donate money for additional meals.
UnitedHealthcare has launched Solutions for Caregivers, a program for large employers that features in-person, telephonic and online resources designed to help caregivers save money and more effectively provide assistance to the people they support.
UnitedHealthcare and Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC), have opened a community center in the Maryvale neighborhood of Phoenix that will broaden access to social services for low-income residents.
UnitedHealthcare kicked off its fifth year sponsorship of IRONKIDS® races in the United States with the UnitedHealthcare IRONKIDS® Boulder Fun Run. Three hundred and seventy young athletes participated this morning at Boulder High School.
More than 250,000 people across Illinois and northwest Indiana enrolled in select UnitedHealthcare employer-sponsored health plans are now able to buy healthier foods at discounted prices through its Healthy Savings® program.
More than 500 kids participated in the UnitedHealthcare IRONKIDS Florida Fun Run today at the Boardwalk Beach Resort. UnitedHealthcare mascot Dr. Health E. Hound kicked off the fun run, joined by Steve Nelson, CEO, UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, and Superintendent Bill Husfelt.
UnitedHealthcare’s mobile app Health4Me now offers several new features including personalized care notifications that automatically alert UnitedHealthcare plan participants about preventive services and if they are missing recommended medical treatments or tests.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 20, the Magic Johnson Foundation and UnitedHealthcare will hold three Holiday Hope events to provide Michigan families with food, holiday trimmings, coats, essential living items and toys.
(Jan. 8, 2011) - This report describes the results of a study conducted to examine family caregivers’ receptivity to technology. In particular, the study assessed how helpful 12 technologies would be in supporting caregivers or helping them provide care. These 12 technologies can be viewed as characteristic of the types of technologies that might be attractive to technology‑using family caregivers. The study also delved into barriers to the use of technology, factors influencing use of technology, and trusted sources of information about technology.
(Oct. 30, 2013) – UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has expanded its service area to include eight additional New York State counties where it offers the New York State Medicaid, Family Health Plus and Child Health Plus plans.