Managing Your Health
UnitedHealthcare offers a wide variety of resources to help you manage your health and reduce out-of-pocket costs. There are programs and services available to help you maintain your health and reach your wellness goals.
Whether you want to maintain your health, are looking for some health information, or are trying to manage a health condition, you will have access to personal services and clinical support that may meet your unique healthcare needs. Below are just a few of the programs available to UnitedHealthcare members.
Have questions? Once you’re a member, just call the number on the back of your health plan ID card.
Need Help Getting Started?
A personal health assessment is available when you register or log in to myuhc.com, with immediate results that help you to focus on your health risks and recommendations on programs you can benefit from.
Work With a Wellness Coach
Your plan includes a wellness coaching program. You will be able to meet one-on-one, by phone and email, with a certified wellness coach. The coach will work with you to help motivate you and to create a personalized action program. Coaching programs include:
- Weight management
- Tobacco cessation
- Stress management
- Heart health
UnitedHealthcare members who are experiencing emotional and physical health conditions will find a variety of resources and people to talk with for help in managing their health. These confidential services are available at no extra cost, and were created to help you live a healthier, happier life — we encourage you to take advantage of them.
If you have diabetes
The Diabetes Management Program will help you manage the “ABCs” of diabetes:
- A1C (blood sugar control)
- Blood pressure, and
The program connects you with nurses and advisors who can help you control your diabetes, manage your medications, and improve your diet and exercise. Call (855) 318-7347 and ask to speak with a Wellness Coach. You will receive a personalized one-on-one consultation to get you started on your path to a healthier life.
If you have kidney disease
Kidney Resource Services can help if you are on dialysis or about to start dialysis. The program connects you with nurses who can help you understand your condition. Our nurses will also help you find preferred dialysis centers to help make certain you’re getting the right care. Still not sure where to start? Call (855) 318-7347 and ask to speak with a Wellness Coach. You will receive a personalized one-on-one consultation to get you started on your path to a healthier life.
If you have coronary artery disease
The Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) Program can help reduce unnecessary hospitalizations and healthcare costs, and improve your quality of life. Call (855) 318-7347 and ask to speak with a Wellness Coach. You will receive a personalized one-on-one consultation to get you started on your path to a healthier life. The program may help you:
- Reduce your risks and maintain a healthier lifestyle
- Follow your doctor’s treatment plans and medication recommendations
- Get the needed tests and procedures to help you manage your condition
- Manage other health issues
MyNurseLine Can Help You
- (800) 846-4678 TTY: 711 or chat with a live nurse on myuhc.com
- Ask medication questions
- Understand treatment options
- Locate available local resources
- Find a doctor, hospital, or specialist and check if a doctor is in your network and is accepting new patients. UnitedHealthcare may even be able to make the appointment for you.
- Choose appropriate medical care