UnitedHealthcare launched a media campaign featuring UnitedHealthcare Motion® that targets 51+ businesses along the I-10 corridor in North Florida. As a part of this campaign, UnitedHealthcare will run print advertisements in August and September featuring UnitedHealthcare Motion in the Florida Times, Pensacola News and Jacksonville Business Journal as well as place targeted digital advertisements online.
The campaign highlights UnitedHealthcare Motion as a differentiator in the market, emphasizing how the program may enable employers to save and encourages employees to walk more.
Through the program, eligible businesses can obtain renewal savings based on employees collectively meeting walking goals, while employees can receive wearable devices at no additional cost and may earn more than $1,000 annually in financial incentives by meeting certain daily walking goals.
Prospective customers are encouraged to contact their broker or visit uhc.com/flmotion to learn more. For questions about UnitedHealthcare Motion, contact your local UnitedHealthcare representative.
UnitedHealthcare Motion is a voluntary program. The information provided under this program is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be nor should be construed as medical advice. You should consult an appropriate health care professional before beginning any exercise program and/or to determine what may be right for you. Receiving an activity tracker and/or certain credits may have tax implications. You should consult an appropriate tax professional to determine if you have any tax obligations from receiving an activity tracker and/or certain credits under this program, as applicable. If any fraudulent activity is detected (e.g., misrepresented physical activity), you may be suspended and/or terminated from the program. If you are unable to meet a standard related to health factor to receive a reward under this program, you might qualify for an opportunity to receive the reward by different means. Contact us and we will work with you (and, if necessary, your doctor) to find another way for you to earn the same reward. Rewards may be limited due to incentive limits under applicable law.