(4/23/2014) - Learn how Advocate4Me provides our members with a single point of contact to address their various health needs.
(4/23/2014) - See how NOT ME, a 16-week online program delivers the Diabetes Prevention Program via the Internet to people whenever and wherever they choose.
(June 9, 2014) — Learn about our OptumRx business, a pharmacy benefit management leader in service, affordability and clinical quality, in this Overview video.
(Nov. 1, 2012) - November is National Diabetes Month – an opportunity for people to turn awareness into action and play a part in helping to tackle the epidemic, which is taking a toll on the health and financial well-being of individuals, families, communities, businesses and the nation’s health system. A new survey conducted by UnitedHealth Group shows a majority of Americans recognize the threat diabetes poses to the nation’s health and have a solid understanding about the disease and its consequences.
(Aug. 27, 2013) - UnitedHealthcare and Sesame Street® are teaming up to help families make affordable healthy food choices. Watch our public service announcement.
(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.
(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.
Group Prenatal Care, a program designed to reduce the risk of preterm births
(4/24/2014) - In reflecting back on their lives, more than half of centenarians (53 percent) say they have accomplished everything they would like to do in life, but nearly a third feel that 100 years just wasn't enough.
(April 24, 2013) - With the advent of electronic medical records, doctors can potentially face large volumes of data for each patient. Learn how physicians at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center rely on Optum’s CDI Module, a sophisticated, intelligent clinical documentation improvement system, to help sift through all the data and deliver relevant, applicable information to ensure their patients get timely, high-quality care.