This report is a testament to the enduring commitment of the people of UnitedHealth Group to advance the well-being of their fellow citizens and their communities.
The federal government is confronting a substantial fiscal challenge and policymakers will need to consider a range of policy changes to bring the budget closer to balance.
The people of UnitedHealth Group, Optum and UnitedHealthcare, working together as a team and collaboratively with a broad range of partners across the nation and around the world, continually help to make the world a healthier place, to make health care better, to strengthen communities and to make a difference in the lives of millions of people. This report highlights the progress we helped make in people’s lives in 2011.
Our employees believe in extending a helping hand to their neighbors, dedicating their time and energy to work for worthy causes and donating generously to charities. This report is a testament to their dedication to building stronger, healthier communities in the United States and worldwide and a brighter future for all.
The annual cost of hospital inpatient services for privately insured individuals surpassed $200 billion in 2018 and is projected to exceed $350 billion in 2029, according to UnitedHealth Group.
A new America’s Health Rankings Health of Women and Children Report released by United HealthFoundation finds concerning increases in several of the nation’s key mortality measures for women and children.
Today the newest America's Health Rankings report on the health of those who have served in the United States Armed Forces was released by United Health Foundation in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).
United Health Foundation released the America’s Health Rankings Health of Women Who Have Served Report. This report, created in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), establishes a baseline representation of the health of women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces compared to women without military service.
For the past 12 years, Letha Hail has learned how to manage and deal with diabetes while still maintaining her independence. She is 78 years old and faces the challenging task of navigating a complex health system while finding ways to afford the cost of her care on a fixed income.
Vanitia knows all too well the critical public health issues facing mothers and babies within her community.