In the community health worker model at UnitedHealthcare, health care encompasses more than just clinical services, because access truly begins before the first appointment.
DCHC, whose mission mirrors ours."
The three-month study provides free on-demand rides to medical appointments and social activities for select patients over age 60 in Los Angeles.
Community leaders, newly moved-in residents and development partners came together today to celebrate the completion of HARMONY @Grandview Commons, a new 94-unit affordable-housing community for working families in the region.
UnitedHealthcare announced it has surpassed $400 million in investments in new affordable housing as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to remove social barriers to better health for people in underserved communities.
UnitedHealthcare awarded the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank a $375,000 grant to help address food insecurity, modernize the food bank’s database systems and connect San Diegans countywide to vital community services, including housing and employment services.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, and the American Medical Association (AMA) announced a new collaboration that will better identify and address social determinants of health (SDOH) to improve access to care and patient outcomes.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, is awarding $1 million in grants to seven Memphis-area nonprofit organizations to expand their services that address key social determinants of health, and improve care access and patient outcomes.
(May 21, 2014) — By assessing the current status of senior health, communities, governments, individuals, and other organizations can build awareness of the breadth of issues facing our seniors — and, by extension, our communities — and learn where and how to take action to improve the health of our current and future seniors.
In the surrounding counties of Springfield, Missouri, 43 percent of people live below the federal poverty level, earning an annual income of $12,140 or less, according to Jordan Valley Community Health Center as of 2017. And, 14.5 percent of the population remains uninsured.