UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, launched new and enhanced digital health resources to help employers access and understand health care data, save on premiums and encourage employees to more effectively use their health benefits.
Employees who actively participate in employer-sponsored health and wellness programs are much more likely to be proud to work for their employer and promote their company to others as a great place to work, according to Optum research released today.
The Health Action Council, an organization dedicated to improving the quality and cost of care, is expanding its relationship with UnitedHealthcare and Optum to launch an enhanced insurance plan that will be available to Health Action Council member companies for Jan. 1, 2019, enrollment.
Employees enrolled in UnitedHealthcare accident, critical illness or hospital indemnity protection plans can now receive benefit payouts faster and easier through UnitedHealthcare's industry-first Supplemental Health Benefit Assist Program.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, will begin offering new employer-sponsored health insurance options in Minnesota beginning late 2018, and intends to expand its Medicare Advantage health insurance plan options Jan. 1, 2019, pending regulatory approvals.
UnitedHealthcare has introduced uBundle, a new benefits savings program that enables employers across the country to save up to 4 percent* on medical premiums when combining a UnitedHealthcare medical plan with specialty benefits such as dental, vision, life, disability or supplemental health coverage.
Optum Bank, the nation’s leading provider of heath savings accounts, has enhanced its data and analytics tool to help increase health savings account (HSA) savings and provide accountholders with a better understanding of how to use their HSAs to pay for health care costs.
UnitedHealthcare has introduced nationwide new Hospital Indemnity Protection plans that provide a cash benefit to help fund employees’ out-of-pocket medical expenses or meet other financial needs after a hospital stay.
Employers act as natural risk pools, enticing healthy and not-so-healthy workers to sign up because of the relatively affordable, pre-tax price tag.
(May 28, 2014) – Rhode Island small-business owners will soon be able to offer their employees more health plan benefit options to meet their individual health and financial needs.