Apple Watch is now part of UnitedHealthcare Motion, a national wearable device program that encourages current participants to achieve nearly 12,000 steps per day* – more than double the number of the average American adult
People who use Rally HealthSM, Inc. digital health and wellbeing tools have earned more than $1 billion in health-related incentive rewards since 2016 by making choices that lead to better health. Rally Health is the consumer digital health platform of Optum, part of UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealthcare and Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), through its subsidiary Qualcomm Life, have integrated wearable devices from Samsung Electronics America Inc. and Garmin International, Inc., into UnitedHealthcare Motion™.
Most employees with access to workplace wellness programs say they have made a positive impact on their health, even though a majority are unwilling to devote more than one hour per day to health-related activities such as consistent exercise, according to a new survey.
UnitedHealthcare and Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), through its wholly owned subsidiary Qualcomm Life, Inc., today announced enhancements and the expansion of UnitedHealthcare Motion™, a wellness program that provides employees with activity trackers at no additional charge and enables them to earn up to $1,500 per year by meeting certain goals for the number of daily steps.
Beginning Nov. 15, nearly 180,000 UnitedHealthcare plan participants and their dependents in northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., enrolled in fully insured, employer-sponsored health plans will be able to buy healthy foods at discounted prices through the Healthy Savings® program.
UnitedHealthcare’s gym reimbursement program, Gym Check-In, has expanded to include more than 124,000 facilities across the United States, potentially saving consumers hundreds of dollars a year on their gym fees.
More than two-thirds of Americans say an incentive of as little as $2 per day would motivate them to devote at least an hour each day toward improving their health, while nearly 60 percent of people say they would be more likely to participate in a fitness routine if the program offered an opportunity to socialize or make friends, according to a new nationwide survey.
More than half of employees with access to workplace wellness programs say the programs have made a positive impact on their health, including 62 percent saying the initiatives translated to improved productivity and 30 percent reporting help detecting a disease.
UnitedHealthcare has launched the Step Up for Better Health Sweepstakes, a national initiative to encourage walking and in support of Boys & Girls Clubs.