Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin (IHN) and UnitedHealthcare are expanding their accountable care arrangement to improve the coordination and delivery of care in Wisconsin.
UnitedHealthcare today introduced its 2016 Medicare Advantage plans, featuring stable offerings designed to deliver coordinated care that helps members maintain and maximize their health.
UnitedHealthcare’s mobile app Health4Me™ now offers several new features including a secure electronic bill-payment service that enables UnitedHealthcare plan participants to pay their medical bills and manage their health care claims and related expenses all from their smartphone.
UnitedHealthcare is launching a series of new online learning tools for this year’s National Medicare Education Week (Sept. 15–21), building on its campaign to reduce Medicare confusion.
UnitedHealthcare donated $130,000 to 24 community health organizations to support access to primary care and other support services for Massachusetts residents.
ProHEALTH Care Associates, LLP, and UnitedHealthcare are collaborating to improve care coordination and provide enhanced health services to more than 35,000 local residents enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s employer-sponsored health plans, including Oxford Health-branded plans.
Chicago Bears Pro Bowl offensive lineman Kyle Long and UnitedHealthcare are partnering to support students from low-income families at St. Malachy School, located on Chicago’s near west side.
In a consumer breakthrough tied to new ways of organizing health care, UnitedHealthcare will offer many of its Medicare Advantage members in North Carolina lower co-pays when they receive care from primary care providers and most specialists affiliated with Cornerstone Health Care, Eagle Physicians & Associates, Guilford Medical Associates, Novant Health and Triad HealthCare Network.
UnitedHealthcare and the Business Health Care Group (BHCG) of southeast Wisconsin today announced a multiyear relationship to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health benefits to employers in the greater Milwaukee area.
UnitedHealthcare’s Connected for LifeSM online care-management resource is now available free of charge to caregivers who help manage the health of family members enrolled in UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Kansas Medicaid plans.