March 30, 2021 at 1:00 PM CT

COVID-19 billing, temporary provision and vaccine updates
UnitedHealthcare has revised the COVID-19 Billing Guide to reflect additional guidance for urgent care testing, vaccine-related services, monoclonal antibody treatments and more. We’ve also updated the Summary of COVID-19 Temporary Program Provisions with information on COVID-19 treatment cost share waivers.

To help your conversations with members about COVID-19 vaccines, we’ve created a new Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence self-paced learning course with tips and scenarios to help you respond during conversations with members. 

Goodbye Optum ID, Hello One Healthcare ID

Your Optum ID has been renamed – it's now called One Healthcare ID. Your username, password and online applications remain the same.

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Goodbye Optum ID, Hello One Healthcare ID

Your Optum ID has been renamed – it's now called One Healthcare ID. Your username, password and online applications remain the same.

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