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Population health services

Provide your employees with support every step of the way.

When trying to manage a condition or make healthy changes, many people feel they’re too busy. They may not know where to start. We help employees choose the right doctor and understand their treatment options and medications. This helps improve health and save money.



Case management

resulted in average savings of $3PMPM1


Condition management

more than $2 in cost avoidance PMPM2


Cancer support

saves $7K–$12K per participant per year3

How we help

Advocacy Solutions

Simplify benefits to guide and empower employees.

Benefits Analytic Manager

Manage benefit performance with valued insights.

Clinical Case Management

Empower your employees with chronic or complex conditions.

Complex Medical Management

Our specialty network offers focused clinical interventions.

Condition Management

Help employees manage conditions such as COPD and diabetes.

Employer Solutions for Health Care Providers

Increase employee engagement and control medical plan costs.

Risk Management

Reduce worries with sustained financial risk management.

Women's Health Solutions

We offer help from preconception through baby's first year.

Optum Hub

Our curated network of trusted vendor partners helps you create a simplified, more connected employee experience.

Discover how to partner with Optum today

  1. Refers to Case Management services within Personal Health Support. Studies used a pre-post methodology, comparing savings between the engaged population with a matched control population; 3-year average, 2013–2015 Optum analytics, 2016.
  2. Clinical hierarchy removes overlap between conditions. Gross savings/cost avoidance results are calculated from Optum clinical analytics from 2012–14 for entire population of intent to treat individuals and include all risk levels (low/moderate/high). Individual clients’ results may vary from those shown based on previous experience and program configurations.
  3. Optum analytics, 2015, average of $7,000 per participant per year for survivors and $12,000 per participant per year for those who do not survive their cancer.