First implemented in 2014 as a cornerstone of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), public exchanges sought to provide subsidized coverage to Americans who were not eligible for Medicaid.
A recent report from UnitedHealth Group finds that $500 billion to $620 billion could be saved by modernizing Medicare and Medicaid.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) has selected UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Arizona as one of the contractors to administer the DDD Health Plan for its members effective Oct. 1, 2019.
The State of North Carolina, which is partnering with local health plans to improve people's health and well-being and reduce health care costs, selected UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of North Carolina as one of four managed care organizations to administer its statewide Medicaid program, effective Nov. 1, 2019.
The State of Kansas selected UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Kansas as one of three managed care organizations administering KanCare, the statewide Medicaid program, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
Community Care Physician Network LLC (CCPN) and UnitedHealthcare have established a new Advanced Care Medical Home and care management network relationship, giving North Carolina Medicaid beneficiaries access to CCPN's 2,200 independent primary care providers in counties across the state under the new managed care system that will launch in 2019.
Between 2013 and 2014 the number of adults without health care coverage fell by 8 million individuals, driven largely by an increase in Medicaid enrollment.
The federal government is confronting a substantial fiscal challenge and policymakers will need to consider a range of policy changes to bring the budget closer to balance.
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of North Carolina is partnering with the North Carolina Safety-Net Health System to develop innovative solutions and pilot programs to support the health of Medicaid beneficiaries and people with dual special needs.
People enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s Medicaid plan in Rhode Island may now receive faster diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders using telehealth technology.