UnitedHealthcare offers a range of innovative programs and services aimed at tipping the scales against the rising, related epidemics of diabetes, prediabetes and obesity in the U.S. We are driving meaningful change in the health of our nation by applying our broad assets in technology, health data, evidence-based medical decision-making, disease management and wellness programs to enhance and expand the prevention and management of serious, costly chronic conditions.
Diabetes Prevention Program
79 million Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes and most don’t know it.
Put another way, 1 in 3 American adults has prediabetes, which is when you have higher blood sugar levels than normal. Fortunately, it can often be reversed through weight loss, a healthier diet and an increase in activity.
Find out if you are at risk and enroll today. Go to www.NOTMEdpp.com.
Diabetes Control Program
Already have diabetes?
The Diabetes Control Program can help guide you to a better, healthier life.
The program is simple. Four times per year you will be able to attend private, in-depth consultations with a specially trained pharmacist at a convenient retail pharmacy near you to help you manage and control diabetes.
The pharmacist will help you manage and control your diabetes symptoms and will show you how to:
- Manage your medications
- Improve blood glucose levels
- Monitor cholesterol, blood pressure and body mass index
- Make healthy lifestyle choices
The goal? To take control of diabetes and not let it control you.
Who can attend? For many participants, Diabetes Control Program will be provided as part of your health benefits, at no additional cost to you.
The results? Small lifestyle changes can have a huge impact on whether you develop the more serious complications associated with diabetes. Hundreds of people have already benefited from this program, and developed healthy habits that can lead to a healthier future.
Ready to get started? You have options:
Read our Diabetes Control Program Brochure to find tips on ways to control diabetes.
- Call 1-800-650-2885 for more information about the program.
- Contact your employer's benefits administrator to see if you are eligible.