Clinical and disease management support programs

When you live with an ongoing health condition, support programs can be a helpful way to get guidance along the way. You can look to support programs to get you in touch with experts who are trained to help you find healthy ways to cope, help you learn to live a rewarding life and overcome challenges you may face.

Learn more about UnitedHealthcare’s clinical and disease management programs for conditions such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Heart Disease
  • Bariatric Services
  • Transplant Services
  • Kidney Disease
  • Asthma
  • Cancer Resource Services

With UnitedHealthcare disease and management support, you will never have to walk alone.

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Review the topics below to find programs geared toward helping with specific health care needs.


  1. What is Diabetes |
  2. Projection of the future diabetes burden in the United States through 2060 |
  3. Managing Diabetes |
  4. COPD - Symptoms and causes |
  5. COPD Symptoms and Diagnosis |
  6. Cardiovascular diseases affect nearly half of American adults, statistics show |
  7. Coronary Artery Disease - Coronary Heart Disease |
  8. Coronary artery disease - Symptoms and causes |
  9. Heart failure - Symptoms and causes |
  10. What is Heart Failure? |
  11. Epidemiology and risk profile of heart failure |
  12. Congenital heart defects (CHDs) |
  13. What are Congenital Heart Defects? |
  14. Bariatric surgery |
  15. Facts and Myths about Transplant |
  16. Asthma Facts and Figures |
  17. You Can Control Your Asthma |
  18. What Is Cancer? |

Disease Management programs and services may vary on a location-by-location basis and are subject to change with written notice. UnitedHealthcare does not guarantee availability of programs in all service areas and provider participation may vary. Certain items may be excluded from coverage and other requirements or restrictions may apply. If you select a new provider or are assigned to a provider who does not participate in the Disease Management program, your participation in the program will be terminated. Self-Funded or Self-Insured Plans (ASO) covered persons may have an additional premium cost. Please check with your employer.

The Centers of Excellence (COE) program providers and medical centers are independent contractors who render care and treatment to health plan members. The COE program does not provide direct health care services or practice medicine, and the COE providers and medical centers are solely responsible for medical judgments and related treatments. The COE program is not liable for any act or omission, including negligence, committed by any independent contracted health care professional or medical center.