Unexpected Benefits You Get With UnitedHealthcare FEHB Medical Plan
Access to better health is just a click away UnitedHealthcare. the largest healthcare company connecting millions of federal employees with virtual care options and the nation’s technology they can use, like platoon and Apple Fitness +.
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; virtual care is here to stay. “The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of virtual care, both among consumers and healthcare providers,” said Samantha Baker, vice president of UnitedHealthcare Consumer Digital Health. “During 2021, virtual care appointments increased by 2,800 percent from the same period before Covid-19 started,” Baker said.
Virtual care or “telehealth” is the alternative to face-to-face visits, offering consumers the ability to treat preventive care, chronic illnesses and even minor emergency care visits from the comfort of their own homes.
“Federal employees who choose a United Healthcare plan will have access to virtual care through local care providers and our national telehealth network at no additional cost,” said Baker.
To simplify the virtual experience, UnitedHealthcare has expanded its digital resources to include
personalized onboarding videos, a step-by-step breakdown of coverage and easy access to claims and
online payments, and more.
‘UnitedHealthcare aims to do better, you can also easily get the mobile experience
answers to the questions you have and access to care with the click of a button, ”Baker said.
From September 1, 2021, UnitedHealthcare members can get a free one-year subscription to the Peloton App. The app connects members to thousands of live and on-demand fitness classes, like strength, yoga, meditation, outdoor running and more, all without the need for equipment.
In addition to the Peloton app, UnitedHealthcare members will also have access to a free twelve-month subscription to Apple Fitness +, the first fitness service powered by Apple Watch. Apple Fitness + delivers studio-style workouts through the iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, making it educational
exercises accessible anytime and anywhere.
And that only scratches the surface.
“We have so many plans for the future,” Baker said. “UnitedHealthcare is committed to using technology to improve health outcomes and to make the health care system easier for everyone. “
As federal employees make benefit decisions during the open season, which runs from Nov. 8 to Dec. 13, they are encouraged to evaluate all aspects of plan options, including cost, coverage and types of digital resources available.
To find out more information about UnitedHealthcare and select a plan that meets your health needs, visit UHCFEDS.com.