At UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans, we are tremendously proud to have the opportunity to help serve the health care needs of service members, veterans and their families. With one of the largest networks of health care providers in the nation, we are dedicated to helping people live healthier lives by simplifying your health care experiences, meeting your health and wellness needs and establishing trusted relationships with you.
For each and every one of our employees, many of whom also served in uniform, providing health care for military families is not just a job - it's an honor.
Surviving the Breakup of a Relationship
When an intimate relationship ends, both people often have hurt feelings and think about what went wrong. The information in this article will help you get through a painful breakup safely and regain your confidence and positive outlook.
With so many places to go for TRICARE information, transactions and forms, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Start Here. Click “Beneficiaries” or “Providers” then “Register Now” at the top of the page to be able to:
• Verify eligibility
• Find claims status and information
• Check the status of referrals and authorizations
• …and much more.
And if you can’t do it here,
we'll link you right to where you can do it.
We're always adding new features and content, so come back often to find what you need.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Screener
Offered here is a Military specific PTSD screener for those who have served or are currently serving in the military and their family members. The following screener contains questions which are a list of problems and complaints that veterans sometimes have in response to stressful military experiences.
Trouble falling and/or staying asleep not only makes you feel lethargic the next day, it can cause psychological issues if sleep problems persist and are left ignored. May is Better Sleep Month, and there's never been a better time to learn how to sleep better.