UnitedHealthcare will expand its fitness program for people enrolled in its Medicare Advantage plans to North Carolina and 11 additional states in 2019. The company is also enhancing the program with new features and rebranding it as Renew Active.
A recent report from UnitedHealth Group finds that $500 billion to $620 billion could be saved by modernizing Medicare and Medicaid.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a blueprint this spring to lower prescription drug prices and out-of-pocket costs. One piece of that plan is to allow step therapy for physician-administered drugs covered under Medicare Part B.
UnitedHealthcare announced that it will increasingly leverage data from digital devices flowing into the UnitedHealthcare Nerve Center to help people enrolled in its Medicare Advantage plans more effectively manage chronic conditions.
UnitedHealthcare® today introduced its 2019 Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans, offering more choice, stable and reduced premiums, broad access to care, and enhanced benefits and programs designed to help people live healthier lives.
UnitedHealthcare invites Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers to attend community education events across the country and explore online learning tools during the seventh annual National Medicare Education Week, Sept. 15-21.
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.
To help simplify the process of learning about Medicare, Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers are invited to attend free Medicare events and online webinars during National Medicare Education Week, Sept. 15-21, 2019.
UnitedHealthcare invites Medicare beneficiaries and caregivers to attend community education events across the country and explore online learning tools during the sixth annual National Medicare Education Week, Sept. 15-21.
UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) today announced advancements in the company’s collaboration with individual doctors, health systems and government as the use of bundled payment models expands in traditional fee-for-service Medicare.