|Global Headquarters Minneapolis, MN Senior Leadership Stephen J. Hemsley, President and CEO 2014 Revenues $130.5 billion
||Worldwide Employees 168,000 employees in 21 countries Website http://www.unitedhealthgroup.com/ Our Mission Our mission is to help people live healthier lives.
||Our Values We're building a Culture to serve our customers that reflects these Values:
Helping people live healthier lives
UnitedHealth Group is a diversified health and well-being company dedicated to helping people live healthier lives. We strive to express our values of integrity, compassion, relationships, innovation and performance with the more than 85 million individuals worldwide that we serve.
We have the largest networks of physicians, hospitals, health facilities and caregivers in the United States and operate in all 50 states and internationally.
Our family of businesses
Our family of businesses serves more than 6,100 hospital facilities. We have direct relationships with 6,100 hospitals and care facilities and 855,000 physicians and caregivers.
Our Businesses Include
- UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual
- UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement
- UnitedHealthcare Community & State
- UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans
Our businesses serve the entire spectrum of health care participants: individual consumers, employers, governments, commercial payers and intermediaries, physicians, hospitals, care professionals and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.
Fortune magazine ranked UnitedHealth Group No. 14 in the 2014 rankings of the 500 largest U.S. corporations based on 2013 revenues.
UnitedHealth Group has been listed in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and Dow Jones North America Index annually since 1999.
Charitable contributions and community relations support provided by UnitedHealth Group and United Health Foundation totaled $53 million for 2014.
UnitedHealth Group’s annual nationwide giving campaign solicits employee donations to community charities of their choice. Employee pledges and the company-matching pledge totaled $20.5 million for 2014, up 10 percent over 2013. More than 45,600 individuals participated in the 2014 Giving Campaign. Since 2004, more than $130 million has been pledged as part of the campaign.
According to Vital Signs, 81 percent of employees and 98 percent of executives performed community volunteer work during 2013. Our employees volunteered for 430,000 hours of their time to community projects in 2013, valued at nearly $9.5 million. Since 2007 the company has logged more than 1.7 million volunteer hours, bringing the total value of volunteering to $36.2 million since tracking began.
UnitedHealth Group earned a top rating of 100% on the 2013 Corporate Equality Index from the Human Rights Campaign. The company’s “United Minnesota” initiative is a 10-year, $100 million philanthropic program to create sustainable improvements in health, education and well-being in Minnesota.
United Health Foundation cash giving totaled $25.6 million in 2014. The Foundation has committed more than $265 million to improve health and health care since being established by UnitedHealth Group in 1999. Since 2007, United Health Foundation’s Diverse Scholars initiative has awarded more than 1,650 scholarships totaling approximately $11 million to assist low-income minority students pursuing degrees in the health field.
The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation provided 2,003 medical grants to families in 2014, to assist children with medical services not covered by commercial benefit plans. Since expanding to a national program in 2007, the UHCCF has provided more than $26 million of financial assistance to nearly 8,500 children in the United States.
At UnitedHealth Group, we live our mission to help people live healthier lives. We are proud to team up with schools, health care, and community partners for the Enterprise Childhood Obesity Initiative to positively impact academic and health outcomes. The partnership will promote early identification and support for children who are at risk of overweight and obesity. The goal is to prevent obesity and its adverse health, psychological, and academic consequences.