The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 7/15/2017 from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves. please register at http://goafricaharlem.org/events/general-attendee-sign-up-for-go-africa-harlem-2017-street-festival-on-july-15th-2017/
Or register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-africa-harlem-street-festival-2017-tickets-32033139984
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will bee provide Health Awarenees and related services during the street Festival on 7/15/2017
Manhattan, Community Relations & Outreach
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
77 Water Street 14th Fl | NY, N.Y. 10005
(Mobile) 646-807-7000 | (Fax) 855-648-6700
Our United Culture. The way forward.
■ Integrity ■ Compassion ■ Relationships ■ Innovation ■ Performance
|About the Business|
|UnitedHealthcare Community & State is a health benefits company dedicated to providing|
|diversified solutions to states that care for the economically disadvantaged, the medically|
|underserved and those without benefit of employer-funded health care coverage.|
UnitedHealthcare Community & State participates in programs in 24 states plus Washington D.C.
|serving nearly 6 million beneficiaries of acute and long-term care Medicaid plans, the Children’s|
|Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Special Needs Plans and other federal and state health care|
|programs. UnitedHealthcare Community & State’s health plans and care programs are uniquely|
|designed to address the complex needs of the populations they serve, including the chronically ill,|
|those with disabilities and people with higher risk medical, behavioral and social conditions.|
Community & State is one of four businesses of UnitedHealthcare, the health benefits company of
|UnitedHealth Group. Community & State’s approach leverages the national capabilities of|
|UnitedHealth Group and delivers them at the local market level to support effective care|
|management, strong regulatory partnerships, greater administrative efficiency, improved clinical|
|outcomes and the ability to adapt to a changing market environment.|
UnitedHealthcare Community & State believes that compassion and respect are essential
|components of a successful health care company. We contract with community-based networks|
|and employ a diverse workforce with varied backgrounds and extensive practical experience that|
|gives us a better understanding of our members and their needs.|
Our detailed knowledge of our members and our service areas, the application of cutting-edge
|technology and the commitment of our employees have made UnitedHealthcare Community &|
|State the leading choice for quality public sector health care.|
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We serve people through a value and performance culture based on:
Integrity – We will honor commitments. We will never compromise ethics. We will be known for living to the highest forms and standards of ethical behavior. We will make honest commitments and consistently honor those commitments.
Compassion – We will walk in the shoes of people we serve and those with whom we work. We celebrate our role in serving people and society in an area so vitally human as their health. We must be truly compassionate and genuinely understand, feel and identify with their needs.
Relationships – We will build trust through collaboration in order to take action and find solutions. We understand that relationships are critical to help people work together, even when their interests are not fully aligned or fulfilled. We realize relationships bind people and organizations through trust. Trust is earned and preserved through truthfulness, integrity, active engagement and collaboration with our colleagues and clients.
Innovation – We will learn from experiences of the past and use those insights to invent a better future to make the health care environment work and serve everyone more fairly, productively and consistently.
Performance – We are committed to delivering and demonstrating excellence in everything we do.
Community & State currently serves its beneficiaries through participating in full risk program offerings in 24 states plus Washington D.C.
District of Columbia Florida
Georgia Hawaii Iowa
Kansas Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Mississippi Nebraska
Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York Ohio
Pennsylvania Rhode Island
Tennessee Texas Washington Wisconsin
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The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) releases ratings annually for Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial health plans that measure specific treatments, preventive care services and consumer satisfaction. Health plans voluntarily choose to participate in NCQA’s yearly ratings and publicly share their data, underscoring a strong commitment to transparency and open dialogue about health plan performance and improvement. Plans are rated from 0 to 5 stars in half point increments. For 2016-2017, 86 percent of our
Medicaid membership is in plans that received three or more stars in the NCQA Health Insurance Plan Ratings. Our top rated Medicaid plan is Rhode Island at 4.5 stars, while Michigan, Nebraska and New York are rated at
We are driving quality improvement through innovative programs that help engage and empower people to become more active participants in their own health, and by collaborating with physicians and other health care professionals to close gaps in care. We leverage best-in class technology to support effective management of internal and external teams. Additionally, we offer custom programs at the regional and local level, recognizing the unique needs of members in specific markets.
For example, our Patient-Centered Care Model provides integrated physical, behavioral and social services, coordinating care across multi-disciplinary teams to achieve better care, better long-term health and lower costs. Member engagement programs like Baby Blocks support expectant mothers and new parents with customized wellness tips, information about what to expect at provider visits, and rewards for completing appointments during a newborn’s first 15 months. Outreach initiatives such as 4-H Food Smart Families are helping families make healthy habits a greater part of their everyday lives. Through these and other quality improvements and investments, we are continuing to make the health care experience more personal, accessible and affordable.
UnitedHealthcare Community & State offers government agencies tools to help them administer their health care delivery systems, including clinical care management and consulting, disease and conditions management and administrative and technological services.
We manage health care benefits for beneficiaries of more than 70 different health care programs, including Medicaid, CHIP and various programs for the uninsured. The primary categories of eligibility and our participation are:
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) – Provided to 22 markets to serve primarily young women and children, programs for families and children focused on high-prevalence and chronic
- Children’s Health Insurance Programs (CHIP) – Provided to 21 markets for children not covered by commercial insurance and not eligible for
- Aged, Blind and Disabled (ABD) – Medical assistance programs for individuals who are age 65 years or older, blind or Provided in 19 markets.
- Special Needs Plans (SNP) – Services for those with multiple chronic conditions, limited incomes and living in nursing Dual SNPs are individuals enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. Medicare DSNP is provided in 15 markets, while Fully Integrated SNP (FIDESNP) is provided in 3 (Arizona, New Jersey, and Massachusetts) markets.
- Long-Term Care (LTC) – Provided in 12 markets, Medicaid programs for the long-term care population including nursing home costs and other long-term care
- Medicaid Medicare Program (MMP) – Program provided in 2 markets (Ohio and Texas) for individuals who are enrolled in both Medicaid and
- Childless Adults & Programs for the Uninsured – Program developed by the state for adults and families not covered by commercial insurance and not eligible for Medicaid or Provided in 2 markets (New York and Wisconsin).
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- Management Services Organization (MSO) – Disease management and other health care services for individuals with chronic conditions provided to the California
- Administrative Services Organization (ASO) – Coordination of services for high-risk populations provided to the Louisiana ASOs help states manage costs, but do not assume medical and financial risk for the covered population.
Chief Executive Officer: Austin Pittman
Headquarters: Minnetonka, Minnesota
Locations: 89 locations across the country (including retail sites)
Members: Nearly 6 million members, including 2.9 million children*
Network: 3,508 hospitals and 599,241 providers*
Steve Cragle 952-931-4450
UnitedHealthcare Community & State provides innovative Medicaid managed-care solutions to states that care for the economically disadvantaged, the medically underserved and those without the benefit of employer-funded health care coverage, in exchange for a monthly premium per member. UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) is a diversified health and well-being company dedicated to helping people live healthier lives and making health care work better. UnitedHealth Group offers a broad spectrum of products and services through two distinct platforms: UnitedHealthcare, which provides health care coverage and benefits services; and Optum, which provides information and technology-enabled health services. For more information, visit UnitedHealth Group at www.unitedhealthgroup.com or follow @UnitedHealthGrp on
* = Approximate
** = Includes C&S Employees, C&S Operations Employees, and C&S IT Employees
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