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49% tobacco quit rate
among Quit For Life® participants1

for cancer support program participants2

64% reduction
in transplant costs in 20143


  1. Quit For Life employer book of business survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at six months post-program enrollment, with quit-rate success defined as 30+ days of abstinence from all forms of tobacco, cumulative from 2006 to 2015.
  2. Optum internal value study based on 1.2 million cancer claims with peer review (NCCN and ASCO); savings are per member per year from optimizing balance of appropriate treatment, management of side effects, patient quality of life and use of hospice, 2013. 
  3. Optum re-priced claims (Facets). Reconciled cases as of 08/2015. Incidence and LOS reduction in relation to a large health plan’s fully insured line of business. McGillis’ analysis of S Hanson,T Bentley, 2014 U.S. organ and tissue transplant cost estimates and discussion, Milliman Inc.