(June 9, 2014) — Learn about our OptumRx business, a pharmacy benefit management leader in service, affordability and clinical quality, in this Overview video.
Learn how Optum Labs brings together a community of health care stakeholders dedicated to improving patient care by sharing information, technology and scientific expertise.
(July 30, 2013) - UnitedHealthcare is awarding more than $5 million in grants to California nonprofits to help strengthen health care infrastructure. Hispanic communities are among those that will benefit.
(Mar 11, 2013) - JOIN for ME -- a first-of-its-kind, whole-family program to fight childhood obesity -- engages kids who struggle with extra weight, along with their parents, in a series of group sessions to achieve healthier weights through healthier family food choices, increased activity, and lifestyle improvement tracking.
(May 21, 2013) - Learn more about Medicare through the Caregiver Action Network (CAN).
(Jan. 22, 2013) - Watch CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta cover UnitedHealthcare’s new “exergaming” initiative to reduce childhood obesity through KONAMI’s DanceDanceRevolution (DDR) Classroom Edition.
Learn about Melina Cabral, a participant in the JOIN for ME program. JOIN for ME, introduced in Rhode Island in 2011 by UnitedHealthcare, is a weight management program that helps generally healthy children reach a healthier weight and reduce their health risks through exercise, nutrition and support from their families and communities.
(06/07/2012) - With a growing number of seniors looking back on the past 100 years, and even more boomers looking ahead to reaching the century mark, the seventh annual UnitedHealthcare 100@100 Survey explored the secrets to aging success and what it will take for boomers to reach centenarian status, from those who know it best.
(June 28, 2012) - UnitedHealth Educational Publishing Group™ is launching the new book, “Scarlet Says Good-Bye,” aimed at helping young children with loved ones entering hospice care.
(April 24, 2013) - Students at Rock Lake Middle School are finding a new way to stay fit by participating in an "exergaming" initiative involving a special school-edition of the popular Dance Dance Revolution video game. The initiative is part of UnitedHealthcare's Activate for Kids program, which also includes teaching kids healthy habits and how to make healthy, nutritious food choices.