Activity Description

This monthly education series will focus on clinically relevant topics germane to care coordination and disease management in an effort to reduce (re)admissions and educate health care providers on how best to empower their patients.

2024 Continuing Education

Earn CNE/ASWB credit for each session completed. These activities are designed to meet the educational needs of nurses, social workers and other health care providers.

These sessions are intended for invited Optum/UnitedHealth Group employees only.
Click on the presentation name for more information. (For ON-DEMAND activities, please scroll down.) 
Access code: united (all lowercase)


Anemia in Childhood: More Common Types 
May 15: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CT
DIRECTIONS: Click 'Register'. In the 'Access code' box, type 'united(all lower case) and click 'Unlock'. Click 'Begin' to get started.


Trauma Informed Care: Opposition Defiant Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (NOTE: Post-activity materials will be available at the conclusion of the activity.)
June 19: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CT
DIRECTIONS: Click 'Register'. In the 'Access code' box, type 'united(all lower case) and click 'Unlock'. Click 'Begin' to get started.

Missed a previously held live session?

Live activities are recorded and available on-demand for continuing education credit.

2021 (ON-DEMAND)

The Body Keeps Score: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), Racial Trauma and its Sequelae Activity Expires: June 17, 2024

The Value of the PCP Activity Expires: July 23, 2024

Asthma in Children Activity Expires: August 19, 2024

Importance of Self-Monitoring in Management of Diabetes and Hypertension Activity Expires: November 24, 2024

Is It Non-compliance or Non-adherence? Activity Expires: November 19, 2024

2022 (ON-DEMAND)

Prenatal Care Activity Expires: January 21, 2025

Diabetic Polyneuropathy Activity Expires: February 18, 2025

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Treatment and New State Regulations Activity Expires: March 17, 2025

Behavioral Health Tips: Advocating For Our Youth Activity Expires: April 24, 2025

Polypharmacy and Deprescribing Activity Expires: May 27, 2025

Transition 101: The Importance of Transition Planning and Approach for Pediatric to Adult Healthcare Activity Expires: June 17, 2025

Tools for Critical Thinking: Minor Home Modifications and Adaptive Aids Activity Expires: July 25, 2025

Preterm Infants: Prematurity and the First Year of Life Activity Expires: August 25, 2025

Palliative and Hospice Care Activity Expires: October 27, 2025

Ethical and Racial Disparities and Pharmacotherapy Activity Expires: October 24, 2025

Congenital Heart Disease Activity Expires: November 18, 2025

2023 (ON-DEMAND)

Fielding Escalated Calls With Greater Ease Activity Expires: January 19, 2026

Lupus, Rheumatoid and Autoimmune Disorders  Activity Expires: February 16, 2026

Spinal Muscular Atrophy: The Disease and New Treatments Activity Expires: March 16, 2026

Hospice Care Activity Expires: April 23, 2026

Incorporating Motivational Interviewing To Improve Medication Adherence Activity Expires: May 25, 2026

Identifying and Supporting Members With Special Health Care Needs Activity Expires: June 22, 2026

Outpatient Diabetes Management Activity Expires: August 15, 2026

Holistic Alternatives to Treating Medical Conditions Activity Expires: August 17, 2026

It’s Tough to be a NICU Graduate: Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Retinopathy of Prematurity Activity Expires: September 21, 2026

Asthma and COPD Treatment and Management Activity Expires: November 22, 2026

2024 (ON-DEMAND)

Do You Catch All Your Zzzz’s? The Importance of Sleep Activity Expires: January 21, 2027

Community Acquired Pneumonia (CAP) Activity Expires: February 25, 2027

The ‘Backbone’ of Low Back Pain Activity Expires: March 23, 2027

Hepatitis C: Screening, Testing and Treatment Activity Expires: April 23, 2027

Anemia in Childhood: More Common Types Activity Expires: May 26, 2027

Provided By
This activity is provided by Optum Health Education and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Texas.

Commercial Support
There was no commercial support received for this activity.

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