Members can now access their COVID-19 vaccine record on myuhc.com
UnitedHealthcare vaccine pass allows members to more easily access and share their COVID-19 vaccine status when on the go.
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Now that proof of COVID-19 vaccinations may be required for some activities in certain locations, UnitedHealthcare is providing vaccinated members with a COVID-19 vaccine record and vaccine pass with QR code. These are additional tools, outside of the COVID-19 Vaccination Card from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to help members more conveniently show proof of vaccination while on the go.
Members can print and share their UnitedHealthcare vaccine record by accessing their account on myuhc.com® or medicare.uhc.com. Most members will notice that UnitedHealthcare has automatically updated their vaccine record based on vaccination data received through UnitedHealthcare records, including claims and information from federal and state agencies, as well as vaccination providers. If members do not see their COVID-19 vaccination information in their account, they can update their records by uploading proof of vaccination (i.e., CDC vaccination card) while logged in to their account.
In addition, some members may be able to activate a vaccine pass with a QR code — available for printing or sharing digitally and can be read by most QR readers to digitally confirm a member’s vaccination status.
The UnitedHealthcare vaccine pass leverages technology from the Vaccination Credential Initiative. This COVID-19 vaccine record and the COVID-19 vaccine pass with QR code are currently available to UnitedHealthcare Commercial, Medicare Advantage, Group Retiree and Part D health plans.
COVID-19 vaccination records are located in the members’ secure account at myuhc.com or medicare.uhc.com. The UnitedHealthcare® app also includes a health record and will be updated to include the vaccine pass in late October.
For more information, please contact your broker or UnitedHealthcare, or visit the UnitedHealthcare COVID-19 FAQs.