Knowledge Institute 101 is intended for those who are new to the health care industry. Taught from a carrier-neutral perspective, this entry-level training program is ideal for those just starting in managed care or making a career transition from a property and casualty background.
The 3-day classroom session maximizes awareness of key managed care principles, including:
- Health care legislative review
- Health care cost drivers
- Consumer-driven health care
- Underwriting (basic concepts and fully insured view)
- Pharmacy overview
- Network contracting strategies
- Utilization management
Training Dates: June 18-22, 2018
- Travel day: June 18
- Classroom training dates: June 19-21
- Travel return day: June 22
Location: UnitedHealthcare Corporate Headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn.
Who Should Attend
Knowledge Institute 101 is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes are limited in capacity so do not delay in registering.
This class is tailored for entry-level candidates with limited industry knowledge or people changing from an ancillary or property and casualty background into medical insurance.
Continuing Education Credits*
This course offers Continuing Education (CE) credits. Credit amounts vary by state, but generally run between 21 and 24 credit hours. In order to file credits with your respective Department of Insurance, we require the following informational during registration process:
- The name your license is filed under
- Your license number
- Your email address
You are not required to hold an insurance license to attend this course; however, it is required to participate in CE credits.*
Travel and hotel expense are the agency’s responsibility. UnitedHealthcare will cover all other program-related expenses.
Deadline is June 1, 2018. To register or for more program details, visit UnitedAdvantage.com and click on Training & Education tab then choose the “Knowledge Institute 101” link.
Need your United Advantage agency ID number? Email us at UnitedAdvantage@uhc.com
*Credits are not available in all states. Eligibility and number of credits vary by state.