When you need help managing your health plan and health care, you have access to online tools and wellness programs to help make it easier and more convenient. And, when you have questions that need answers, you've got a support team you can chat with.
Take a few minutes to look through this page to learn more about the additional benefits and programs being offered.
Access our large network of nearby behavioral health providers with options for either in-person or virtual care. The behavioral health benefit offers support for alcohol and drug use recovery, depression, anxiety and stress, coping with grief and loss, relationship difficulties, compulsive habits and disorders and medication management.
Learn more by calling the toll-free member phone number on your health plan ID card or visiting liveandworkwell.com. Access code: calpers
Whether on your computer via myuhc.com® or on your mobile device* via the UnitedHealthcare® app, Virtual Visits lets you and your covered family members video chat with a doctor 24/7. With Virtual Visits, doctors can diagnose a wide range of non-emergency medical conditions such as bladder/urinary tract infections, bronchitis, coughing, migraine/headache, pink eye, sinus problems and more.
Benefits are available when services are delivered through a Designated Virtual Network Provider: Optum Virtual Care, Amwell, Doctor On Demand or Teladoc. Your $15 office visit copay applies.
Virtual Visits phone and video chat with a doctor are not an insurance product, health care provider or a health plan. Unless otherwise required, benefits are available only when services are delivered through a Designated Virtual Network Provider. Virtual Visits are not intended to address emergency or life-threatening medical conditions and should not be used in those circumstances. Services may not be available at all times or in all locations, or for all members. Check your benefit plan to determine if these benefits are available.
You can learn what to expect, how to stay healthier, and manage your health through pregnancy and postpartum using various resources and tools offered by UnitedHealthcare. As a plan member, get more information by visiting maternity support.
The information provided under the Maternity Support Program is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be nor should be construed as medical and/or nutritional advice. Participants should consult an appropriate health care professional to determine what may be right for them. Employers are responsible for ensuring that any wellness programs they offer to their employees comply with applicable state and/or federal law, including, but not limited to, GINA, ADA and HIPAA wellness regulations, which in many circumstances contain maximum incentive threshold limits for all wellness programs combined that are generally limited to 30 percent of the cost of self-only coverage of the lowest-cost plan, as well as obligations for employers to provide certain notices to their employees. Employers should discuss these issues with their own legal counsel.
Sometimes life can present real challenges – from not having enough food for you and your family to not being able to make ends meet to not being sure if you have a home to live in. It’s not always easy to reach out for help, or even know where to begin to find it. Now you can connect to local programs and services that are available to you at $0 or reduced cost at uhc.com/communityresources.
We can help you or a family member manage a chronic condition and maintain a healthier lifestyle. Our programs offer education, self-care guidance and lifestyle suggestions. They include:
As a CalPERS Basic member, your prescription benefits are provided through OptumRx.
You can learn about your prescription benefits by visiting OptumRx.
In this section, we've gathered educational material to help you learn more, get answers to questions and discover what your health plan has to offer.
Review your open enrollment brochure to get more information about your plans. You can also learn how to find a doctor and other health care providers by using the instructions provided here.
Learn more about our resources and programs for healthier living by downloading the materials provided here.
Welcome to the Virtual Education Center, created to make caring for yourself easier. Because it’s not always possible to share information face to face, we’ve brought our resources together in one place, at your fingertips, wherever and whenever you need it.
Discover a health plan that helps make it easier to access care – with doctors in your corner, digital tools and support designed to help make managing your health and health plan easier and more convenient.
Do you have questions about your UHC Basic HMO plan options or would you like to book a 1:1 appointment with a UHC representative?
Continuity of Care for newly enrolled members is a health plan process that, under certain circumstances, provides members with continued care with a former, non-participating provider. Download the Continuity of Care document(s) below for more information.
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