There will be numerous summer enrollment fairs held in various locations across Texas, starting June 22 and ending July 31. Stop by an enrollment fair and visit with HealthSelect and UnitedHealthcare representatives. You can also pick up new benefit materials and have your questions answered.Learn more - see Plan Year 2016 SE Materials
June is Men’s Health Month, during which we promote awareness, prevention, education and family. Did you know that among men, heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes account for nearly 60 percent of all deaths? Early detection of certain diseases can save your life, reduce the extent of treatment and improve your quality of life. That’s why preventive health screenings are such an important part of everyone’s health journey.
What preventive health screenings are right for you? Use our online tool at www.uhcpreventivecare.com to identify your age and gender-specific preventive care guidelines, based on recommendations of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and other health organizations. Remember, certain preventive care screenings are 100% covered when obtained from contracted network providers, including network doctors or clinics, select retail pharmacies and network Convenience Care Clinics.
Your eyes are an important part of your overall health. Taking care of your eyes should be a priority just like eating healthy and staying physically active. Healthy vision can help keep you safe each day. While there are many things you can do to keep your eyes healthy and make sure you are seeing your best, the most important step you can take is to have an eye exam annually. Remember, an annual routine eye exam is included in your HealthSelect benefit plan.
The Health4Me™ app lets you easily access your health care information and gives you tools to help estimate costs, manage claims and find providers – anytime and anywhere. It’s built to be your go-to health care resource when you’re on the go – and it just got better:
If you’ve already downloaded the app, these new features are there for you to enjoy already – there is no need to download the updated app. If you don’t have the app yet, get it today – it’s available on the App Store (for iPhone® operating system) and Google play (for Android™ operating system)
UHC.TVSM is serving up healthy portions of new programming. The online network provides a cooking series: The Better Cook, featuring celebrity chef Daniel Green – a kitchen pro who specializes in healthy cooking. Subscribe to UHC.TV today for your good health and nutrition.
Did you know that your HealthSelect benefits include variety of Wellness Coaching Programs at no cost to you? One of the programs is focused on nutrition. When you enroll in the program, a wellness coach will work from you to create a program to help you reach your dietary goals.Learn more how nutrition coaching program can benefit you.
The UnitedHealthcare Health4Me™ app provides instant access to your family’s health information – anytime and anywhere. Whether you want to find a physician near you, view your member ID, check the status of a claim or speak directly with a health care professional, Health4Me is your go-to resource.Learn more and get downloading instructions
Happy New Year! As you are setting your New Year’s resolutions, Healthy Mind Healthy Body email newsletter could help. When you sign up, you will receive a monthly newsletter with the latest health news and tips that may help you in keeping or developing healthy habits. To subscribe, go to www.uhc.com/myhealthnews, select "HealthSelect of Texas" from the drop down menu and enter your email address.
Sore back? An aching back can affect your effectiveness at work and in your daily life. When you experience back pain, it’s hard to focus or even sleep. What should you do? To help you understand back pain better, we invite you to take an educational online assessment. When you answer a few quick questions, you’ll receive informational tips that may help you relieve back pain and prevent it in the future. This assessment is voluntary and your results are not tracked or shared with anyone. Remember, you should always discuss any symptoms with your doctor.Learn more about back pain and get tips to feel better