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Telehealth, also known as virtual care, gives you access to health care providers outside of the provider’s office, such as from home or work. Many providers may offer telehealth visits through your phone or computer for a variety of care needs, including routine or urgent care visits. UnitedHealthcare has options for accessing telehealth with your local providers or UnitedHealthcare’s preferred telehealth partners.
This page describes benefits we offer to all members in all states. They also include federal requirements. More benefits may be available in some states and under some plans. We have created rules and practices that may apply to some of our products at this time. The information is a summary and is subject to change. For more information, contact your account representative or call the number on your member ID card. Brands are the property of their respective owners.
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