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UnitedHealth Group
UnitedHealth Group Center
9900 Bren Road East
Minnetonka, MN 55343
United States
Main Phone: (952) 936-1300
Website: http://www.unitedhealthgroup.com

Industry Sector: Healthcare and Healthcare Plans
Full Time Employees: 330,000 

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UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (NYSE: UNH) is ranked #5 on the 2021 Fortune 500 list. 


The UnitedHealth Group Org Chart Report covers key business units including Optum and UnitedHealthcare. databahn goes further into the lines of business by charting HR, Finance, IT, Operations and more.


UnitedHealth Group Org Chart Corporate Structure


UnitedHealth Group Org Chart Executive Leadership
UnitedHealth Group Org Chart Board of Directors


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The UnitedHealth Contact Spreadsheet is a directory of names, titles, phone numbers, and addresses.


Julie Durham Chief Technology Officer julie.durham@optum.com (952) 936-1300 (HQ) Disguised
Dirk McMahon President & Chief Operating Officer dirk_mcmahon@uhc.com (952) 936-1300 (HQ) Disguised
John Rex EVP and Chief Financial Officer john.rex@uhg.com (952) 936-1300 (HQ) Disguised
Patricia Lewis EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer patricia_lewis@uhc.com (952) 936-1300 (HQ) Disguised

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UnitedHealth Executive Leadership Team

Sir Andrew Witty Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Brian Thompson Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealthcare
Larry C. Renfro Vice Chairman, UnitedHealth Group
Dirk McMahon
President and Chief Operating Officer, UnitedHealth Group
John Rex
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Patricia L. Lewis
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Richard Migliori
Executive Vice President, Medical Affairs, and Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Cory B. Alexander
Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, UnitedHealth Group
Marianne D. Short Executive Vice President, UnitedHealth Group
D. Ellen Wilson Executive Vice President, UnitedHealth Group
Erin McSweeney
Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff to the CEO, UnitedHealth Group
Dan Schumacher
Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Tom Roos
Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Jennifer Smoter
Senior Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Richard Mattera
Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Terry M. Clark
Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, UnitedHealth Group
Brett Manderfeld Senior Vice President, UnitedHealth Group


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UnitedHealth Group Board of Directors  

Stephen J. Hemsley Chairman of the Board UnitedHealth Group
Richard T. Burke Lead Independent Director UnitedHealth Group
Sir Andrew P. Witty Chief Executive Officer UnitedHealth Group
Timothy P. Flynn Retired Chairman KPMG International
Michele J. Hooper President and Chief Executive Officer The Directors’ Council
F. William McNabb III Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer The Vanguard Group, Inc.
Valerie Montgomery Rice President and Dean
Morehouse School of Medicine
John H. Noseworthy Former Chief Executive Officer and President Mayo Clinic
Glenn M. Renwick Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
The Progressive Corporation
Gail R. Wilensky Senior Fellow Project HOPE


UnitedHealth Group Sales Trigger Events

Chief Information Security Officer, UNH claims Ransomware is an existential risk to the delivery of care
November 2021

Aimee Cardwell CISO UNH 

Aimee Cardwell, CISO/UnitedHealth Group, Optum Technology believes Ransomware could impact the healthcare delivery industry. "We see three major categories of threat. First, ransomware. According to the Wall Street Journal, ransomware has become the most lucrative form of malware globally, generating $350 million in 2020, while causing over $20 billion in damages and downtime over the same period."

"Second, zero-day vulnerabilities. These refer to a vulnerability in a system or device that has been discovered but is not yet patched. And third, supply chain attacks. These involve tampering with the digital infrastructure of a company's software to install undetectable malware to bring harm to organizations further down the supply chain network."



Change Healthcare and UnitedHealth Group announce they will amend merger timeline

November 2021

Change Healthcare

UNH and Change Healthcare amend merger timeline. The companies agreed not to merge until February 22, 2022. This merger agreement comes out to $13 Billion. On November 1 the agreement was made to extend the deadline to the 22nd of February. That is unless the companies receive written notice from the Department of Justice prior to the date.


UnitedHealth Group Begins its Integrated Virtual-First Health Plan
October 2021

UnitedHealth Virtual Healthcare

The company launched this virtual-first health plan with the goal of integrating in-person and virtual care. The team responsible for care consists of board-ceriotifed providers.

“By collaborating with Optum, UnitedHealthcare is developing a more integrated and coordinated health care system that uses technology and personal support to help encourage whole-person health, which may help prevent and detect disease before it starts,” said Rhonda Randall, DO, executive vice president and chief medical officer at UnitedHealthcare for employer and individual.


UnitedHealthcare expects to add over 900K Medicare members in 2021
Jan 2021
UnitedHealthcare is off to a big start in Medicare Advantage for 2021, UnitedHealth Group CEO David Wichmann told investors Wednesday. During Q4 Earnings Call, CEO Wichmann said that the insurer expects to add 900,000 new members to its Medicare plans, including individual, group and dual special needs coverage.

Wichmann said that UnitedHealthcare has added 3.5 million more Medicare Advantage members over the past five years. "2021 will be one of our strongest years of growth," Wichmann said.

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UnitedHealth Earnings Call Highlights 

UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (NYSE:UNH) Q3 2021 Earnings Call

October 14, 2021

Executives in Attendance: 

  • Dirk McMahon – Chief Operating Officer for UnitedHealth Group
  • John Rex – Chief Financial Officer 

Analysts Present:

  • Matt Borsch – BMO Capital Markets
  • Josh Raskin – Nephron Research
  • Ralph Giacobbe – Citi
  • Dave Windley – Jefferies
  • Kevin Fischbeck – Bank of America
  • Justin Lake – Wolfe Research
  • Lance Wilkes – Bernstein
  • Scott Fidel – Stephens
  • Ricky Goldwasser – Morgan Stanley
  • Kevin Caliendo – UBS
  • AJ Rice – Credit Suisse
  • Lisa Gill – JPMorgan
  • Steven Valiquette – Barclays
  • Stephen Baxter – Wells Fargo

Comments from Dirk McMahon, COO:

"As a result of the progress at both Optum and UnitedHealthcare, we have increased our 2021 adjusted earnings outlook to a range of 1865 to 1890 per share."

"We continue to prioritize 3 things Andrew has discussed before which are foundational to the growth of our enterprise. First, unlocking the collaborative potential within Optum and UnitedHealthcare for the benefit of all. Second, further developing our technology in data science platform to aid patient care and experience and to help the system run better. Third, strengthening our consumer experience, capabilities, and values."

"We also elevated consumer connectivity by incorporating fitness offerings from industry-leading partners. OptumHealth continues to build momentum as well. Entering the open enrollment period for Medicare advantage, we have more than 2.2 million people served under physician-led, fully accountable arrangements, and expect '22 to be another year of record expansion in this key part of our portfolio."

"Our broad home-based clinical care initiatives at Optum and UnitedHealthcare are central to improving near and longer-term health outcomes for people with medical, behavioral, and social needs. These efforts include Optum at home, which delivers high-quality primary care services in the convenience of the home setting and supports recovery after hospitalizations."

"OptumInsight continues to drive better clinical and operational performance at the health system level. Last week, we reached a new multi-year partnership with a leading and innovative health system, SSM Health, whose 40,000 employees, 33 hospitals and post-acute facilities, and 300 physician clinics, serve the people of Missouri, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Illinois."

"OptumRx continues to deliver to health system partners such as its new multi-year agreement with 0.32 health, which serves more than 2 million people in New England through its founding organizations, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, and Tufts Health Plan."

 "We have many such initiatives underway across the enterprise in affordability, provider experience, and product development as we employ advanced technology in data analytics to drive even greater value for the people we serve and the health system."



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UnitedHealth Financial Highlights   

Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Ends December 31, 2021
Most Recent Quarter October 14, 2021
Profit Margin 5.52%
Operating Margin 7.86%
Management Effectiveness
Return on Assets 6.79%
Return on Equity 21.99%
Income Statement
Revenue $279.32 Billion
Revenue Per Share 295.5
Quarterly Revenue Growth 11.10%
Gross Profit 67B
Net Income Avi to Common 15.43B
Diluted EPS 16.11
Quarterly Earnings Growth 28.80%
Balance Sheet
Total Cash 23.87B
Total Cash Per Share 25
Total Debt 46.96B
Total Debt/Equity 62.93
Current Ratio 0.77
Book Value Per Share 76.71
Cash Flow Statement
Operating Cash Flow 25.23B
Levered Free Cash Flow 20.39B



UnitedHealth Group Annual Report Highlights

UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual’s major product families include:

Traditional Products - Traditional products include a full range of medical benefits and network options, and offer a spectrum of covered services, including preventive care, direct access to specialists and catastrophic protection.

Consumer Engagement Products - Consumer engagement products couple plan design with financial accounts to increase individuals’ responsibility for their health and well-being. This suite of products includes high-deductible consumer-driven benefit plans, which include health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), health savings accounts (HSAs) and consumer engagement services such as personalized behavioral incentive programs, consumer education and other digital offerings. We also offer and have been developing a variety of innovative consumer-centric products that align to the unique needs and financial means of our customers, while engaging individuals in better managing their health.

Clinical and Pharmacy Products - UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual offers a comprehensive suite of clinical and pharmacy care services products, which complement its service offerings by improving quality ofcare, engaging consumers and providing cost-saving options. Consumers served by UnitedHealthcareEmployer & Individual can access clinical products that help them make better health care decisions and better use of their medical benefits, which contribute to improved health and lowered medical expenses.UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual’s comprehensive and integrated pharmacy care services promote lowercosts by using formulary programs to produce better unit costs, encouraging consumers to use drugs that offer improved value and outcomes, helping consumers take actions to improve their health and supporting the appropriate use of drugs based on clinical evidence through physician and consumer education programs.Each medical plan has a core set of clinical programs embedded in the offering, with additional services available depending on offering type (risk-based or self-funded), line of business (e.g., small business, key accounts, public sector, national accounts or individual consumers) and clinical need.

UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual’s clinical programs include:

  • wellness programs
  • decision support
  • utilization management
  • case and disease management
  • complex condition management
  • on-site programs, including biometrics and flu shots
  • incentives to reinforce positive behavior change
  • mental health/substance use disorder management; and
  • employee assistance programs.Specialty Offerings

Through its broad network, UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual delivers dental, vision, hearing, life, transportation, critical illness, specified disease/sickness, accident and short-term disability product offerings using an integrated approach in private and retail settings.


UnitedHealth Health Care Systems

UnitedHealth is committed to protecting and supporting the health workforce and ispartnering with national organizations to care for those who are leading the response by providing resources to meet their clinical, emotional and mental health needs. For example, the company Joined forces with Microsoft to launch ProtectWellTM, an innovative safety protocol, process and technology initially launched for the health care workforce to prevent the unnecessary spread of disease, and later adapted to the workplace. ProtectWellTM – now offered free of charge to all employers, screens individuals for COVID-19 symptoms and clears symptom-free employees for work each day.

The company is driving value for society by building on strategic global growth objectives. The agenda is purpose-built to align with the changes necessary to develop a more modern and effective health system. UnitedHealth is actively involved in helping to improve the health of members by:

  • Reinventing health care delivery– to find, intercept and manage conditions early.
  • Transforming pharmacy care services – to a focused, whole-person approach.
  • Accelerating digital and advanced technologies– to enable a more intelligent system.
  • Advancing consumer-responsive benefits – to address consumer needs/means.
  • Distinguishing health banking and payment services – to more broadly serve consumers and their doctors. 


UnitedHealth Accelerating Technologies

The company is accelerating a modern digital health care system by offering an innovative consumer digital engagement platform. UnitedHealth is also applying advanced technology, including the patented clinical ontology, discovering breakthrough artificial intelligence (AI) capacities within health care and how it can be applied at scale, and growing the company;s Internet of Things platform, which is helping patients and their caregivers monitor and manage chronic disease. This enables a more intelligent health care system that improves the way patients and physicians achieve better health outcomes



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