Dr. Noé Romo talks about his journey to become a doctor, his first experience in Washington, D.C., and how he started Stand Up to Violence, a community violence prevention program.
Culturally competent care helps all people live healthier lives and helps make the health system work better for everyone.
A six-year partnership between UnitedHealthcare and the Alcorn Extension Program has brought farm-fresh produce to thousands of community residents in food deserts throughout the state.
Joe is leading the charge in the Boston region to help individuals facing homelessness change their circumstances by addressing a critical need – access to health care.
Mentoring the future health workforce and helping them achieve their medical school dreams is just one way Alexa is paying it forward.
UnitedHealthcare and 4-H deliver food budgeting and nutrition education through the Food Smart Families program.
In partnership with the United Health Foundation, Blue Star Families created the Military Caregiver Online Interactive Program, an online tool using avatar technology to create simulations and care scenarios for caregivers to problem-solve and address real-life challenges to care.
Recipe for Success, United Health Foundation and local UnitedHealthcare employees are addressing the issue of food deserts in the Sunnyside neighborhood of south Houston.
For many military caregivers, the need to suddenly provide intensive care for a loved one can be daunting – there's no time for advanced training and the emotional toll can be draining. That's where Blue Star Families steps in to help – providing support, training and resources.
View the infographic to learn more about the health care affordability issue of treating common conditions at emergency prices.