UnitedHealthcare has launched a new program that will help improve access to comprehensive eye exams and prescription glasses for children across the country, helping address the unique eye-health challenges young people face.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, has launched a national vision laboratory network to better serve eye care professionals and meet the needs of more than 19 million vision plan participants.
Warby Parker’s designer prescription eyewear is now available to approximately 2 million people enrolled in UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans, either online at warbyparker.com or at more than 80 Warby Parker stores nationwide.
People enrolled in UnitedHealthcare employer-sponsored and individual vision plans can access Warby Parker’s designer prescription eyewear at affordable prices, online or at any of the more than 50 stores nationwide, beginning in 2018.
Comprehensive eye exams can help re-engage patients into care for certain chronic conditions, with eye care professionals encouraging people to seek follow-up treatments from primary care physicians and specialists, according to a new study by UnitedHealthcare.
(Feb. 20, 2014) — The inclusion of a comprehensive eye exam in a health insurance portfolio is a valuable covered benefit. Eye exams can facilitate identification and intervention of various high cost chronic diseases. Eye exams can also facilitate the management of diagnosed medical conditions.
(Feb. 20, 2014) – Comprehensive eye exams can help identify some chronic conditions, helping with early diagnosis so people can obtain appropriate treatment sooner and take steps to better manage their disease, according to a new study by UnitedHealthcare.
(April 23, 2013) - Integrating eye care with medical benefits can help improve the management of many diseases, leading to better health outcomes and lower costs, according to a new white paper by UnitedHealthcare.
(April 23, 2013) - The integration of eye care with diabetes management has been well documented. Eye care professionals can identify persons with diabetes and partner with primary care providers in the care of their disease.