Choosing UnitedHealthcare helps you balance cost and coverage

With employer-sponsored plans from UnitedHealthcare, you can count on finding easier ways to manage your costs and care throughout the year. We’ve got you covered with more care options, convenient ways to manage your plan, and a support team who’s there for you every step of the way.

More care options

We offer convenient care options and nationwide coverage with most plans, even when you go out-of-network.

Get access to a wider provider network:1

  • 937,524 doctors and health care professionals.
  • 5,888 hospitals.
  • 67,000+ pharmacies.

Find convenient care options:

  • Talk with a nurse anytime: A registered nurse is available 24/7 to discuss your symptoms.
  • Video chat with a doctor: Through Virtual Visits, you can talk with a doctor and get a prescription2 for minor diagnoses.
  • Quickly see who’s in your network: Look up doctors, facilities, and more with the Find a Provider tool, and find a quality care physician indicated with a blue heart.

Watch to learn more

How Virtual Visits work

How to make the most of your health plan

Simpler ways to help manage your plan

Managing your plan is easier, when you have quick access to your plan details on any device.

  • Sign in on Manage your benefits, see your claims and account balances, print your health plan ID card and more using tools made for members.
  • Download the app: View your benefits, health plan ID card, and more easily from your mobile device.

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Terms to know

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  1. Network counts for hospitals, doctors and health care professionals as of Q1, 2019.
  2. Prescription services may not be available in all states.


Virtual Visits are not an insurance product, health care provider or a health plan. Unless otherwise required, benefits are available only when services are delivered through a Designated Virtual Network Provider. Virtual Visits are not intended to address emergency or life-threatening medical conditions and should not be used in those circumstances.  Services may not be available at all times or in all locations.