Linking Policy

United Healthcare Linking Policy

UnitedHealthcare may grant permission to create a link from an external Web site to the home page. Links to pages within the Web site are strongly discouraged due to the evolving nature of the Web site.

We encourage employers contracted with UnitedHealthcare to create links to our member Web site, for their employee's online self-service and wellness information needs. In addition, the Employer eServices Web site should be used to handle administrative and other supportive practices with current employers.

UnitedHealthcare is not responsible for your Web site, nor is it promising any particular content or performance of its own site. We may review your site from time to time, and we reserve the right to withdraw our permission for this link at any time. Please remember that this does not give you permission to use UnitedHealthcare's copyrighted materials or trademarks that may appear on If you have any questions on what UnitedHealthcare materials you may use, please contact us prior to beginning any unapproved use.

In addition, permission to link to does not include a reciprocal link to your Web site. If you are interested in a reciprocal link, please contact UnitedHealthcare's Internet Marketing Department. Please include your name, title, address and telephone number.

We understand that you may choose to create a link to our site without our permission. If you do so, UnitedHealthcare assumes that you will confer with your legal advisers, to ensure that your site complies with the trademark and copyright laws applicable to our site. In addition, please remember that a Web site link cannot be used to trade off the name and reputation of UnitedHealthcare, or for any other unlawful purposes.

Linking to UnitedHealthcare:

Please contact UnitedHealthcare's Internet Marketing Department for additional information relating to our linking policy.