Friday, March 15, 2019 In Culture
If you poll a hundred different health care professionals and ask for the greatest issue facing health care today, you may get a hundred different answers. But I believe you can narrow it down to ground zero of the health care crisis - compassion fatigue. We have lost the care in health care.
Nursing careers at UnitedHealth group can take a path eight-ways-from-Sunday. The sky is the limit! From work environments to area specialties, the Center for Clinician Advancement (CFCA) is designed to help Nurses and Clinicians navigate towards a successful career path.
A Nursing career at UnitedHealth Group can be challenging, yet very rewarding at the same time. Our Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners are caregivers through and through. At UnitedHealth Group, they work in a fast-paced environment directly with patients providing compassionate, personal care.
Ever wonder how it is like to have a clinical career in the corporate setting? Ryan, our Clinical Director for Optum in the Philippines, shares his experience on what it’s like to have a clinical career in the corporate world. As a leader at Optum, the fastest growing part of UnitedHealth Group, he also shares how he engages his team, and how he guides them in their career growth.
In early March, UnitedHealth Group’s Enterprise Research and Development Team will present at the South by Southwest, (SXSW) Conference in Austin, Texas. The conference is an interactive forum that brings music, film, and innovative thought leaders from various industries together to share ideas, and breakthroughs in multiple fields. For UnitedHealth Group, this opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time as we are partnering to drive an incredible study – one that pushes the envelope in the approach to the management of chronic disease.
Following your own “true north” can lead to a career path that is unique to your personal skills, interests and passions. That’s exactly how Betsy Ha progressed from clinical nurse, to Vice President of Clinical Practice Excellence. In the first post of our UnitedHealth Group Leaders blog series, we’re featuring Betsy’s story of how her passions opened doors to the right opportunities, at the right time in her life.
Monday, February 13, 2017 In Diversity
When we look at the important people and events that influenced our history, it is important to recognize how those histories lead us to where we are today and will continue to inspire where we will be in the future.
Thursday, February 9, 2017 In Diversity
Meet Adam A., Vice President, Optum Operations, and learn how diversity challenges us to recognize different viewpoints and drives us on our unified mission to make the health care system work better for everyone.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017 In Diversity
Meet Chad M., Cyber Security Manager for Optum Technology and see how Chad has thrived as a member of our diverse culture, and inspires his team to embrace different experiences and viewpoints.
At UnitedHealth Group, our Pharmacy Team members contribute to the well-being of patients in a variety of ways. The patient-focused nature of the Pharmacy Team’s work ensures that the solutions they recommend are in patient’s best interests. Meet Olisa, Manager of Pharmacy Operations, and Darhon, Pharmacy Technician. They have different roles, but each of them use problem-solving skills at work where efficiency and accuracy is vital and the pressure can be intense.
A Pharmacy Technician career at UnitedHealth Group can be challenging, yet very rewarding at the same time. Our Pharmacy Technicians aren’t just clerks and cashiers. At UnitedHealth Group, they work in a fast-paced environment directly with patients entering and filling prescriptions and communicate with physician’s offices to provide personal and detailed service.
Medical Coders at UnitedHealth Group have the skills and abilities that are truly essential to ensure we are helping people live healthier lives. With breadth and depth of medical coder services, our employees work with patients in a diverse assortment of care settings.
Monday, April 4, 2016 In Culture
I would define integrity as doing what is right- even when that is difficult. Looking at an issue from all perspectives to help you determine what is needed, doing all you can to accomplish that goal, and following through on your commitments.