UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Tennessee announced its support of a multiyear project led by the Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care (TIPQC) to improve the care of Opioid-Exposed Newborns (OEN) and their mothers with opioid use disorder.
UnitedHealthcare® today introduced its 2019 Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans, offering more choice, stable and reduced premiums, broad access to care, and enhanced benefits and programs designed to help people live healthier lives.
UnitedHealthcare, the Share Food Program, Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller, City Councilman Derek S. Green and other civic leaders convened today for a roundtable discussion about hunger.
UnitedHealthcare has awarded $1.95 million in grants to local organizations that are expanding social services to address some of Wisconsin's key social determinants of health, like food security.
The Health Action Council, an organization dedicated to improving the quality and cost of care, is expanding its relationship with UnitedHealthcare and Optum to launch an enhanced insurance plan that will be available to Health Action Council member companies for Jan. 1, 2019, enrollment.
UnitedHealthcare has awarded $2 million in grants to local organizations that are expanding social services to address some of Arizona's key social determinants of health, like food security.
UnitedHealthcare has launched a new program that will help improve access to comprehensive eye exams and prescription glasses for children across the country, helping address the unique eye-health challenges young people face.
The State of Kansas selected UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Kansas as one of three managed care organizations administering KanCare, the statewide Medicaid program, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
Employees enrolled in UnitedHealthcare accident, critical illness or hospital indemnity protection plans can now receive benefit payouts faster and easier through UnitedHealthcare's industry-first Supplemental Health Benefit Assist Program.
UnitedHealthcare has invested $9 million to help enhance the quality of care and patient services at 21 health centers operated by Golden Valley Health Centers in Merced, Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties.