Activity Description

This education series focuses 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.

Continuing Education

Earn CNE credit for each on-demand activity completed. These activities are designed to meet the educational needs of nurses and other health care providers.

These sessions are intended for invited Optum/UnitedHealth Group employees only. 

DIRECTIONS: Click on the activity title to get started. Once on the activity page:

  • Click 'Register'.
  • In the 'Access code' box, enter 'united' (all lowercase) and click 'Unlock'.
  • Click 'Begin/Continue' to start the activity.

2020

Prevention and Causes of Cellulitis

Diabetes Mellitus: Understanding the Disease

Immunizations:  All You Need to Know for All Ages

Urinary Tract Infection and Sepsis: Prevention & Detection

Obesity: Impact on Disease and Reducing Risks

Nutrition in Infants, Children and Adolescents

Social Determinants of Health and High-Impact Preventable Illnesses

High-Risk Pregnancy

2021

Culinary Medicine: Healthier Choices 

Cerebral Palsy

Medication Adherence and Barriers

Wound Care Management: Pressure Injuries

The Body Keeps Score: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), Racial Trauma and its Sequelae

The Value of the PCP 

Asthma in Children

Importance of Self-Monitoring in Management of Diabetes and Hypertension

Is It Non-compliance or Non-adherence?

2022

Prenatal Care 

Diabetic Polyneuropathy  

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Treatment and New State Regulations

Behavioral Health Tips: Advocating For Our Youth

Polypharmacy and Deprescribing

Transition 101: The Importance of Transition Planning and Approach for Pediatric to Adult Healthcare

Tools for Critical Thinking: Minor Home Modifications and Adaptive Aids

Preterm Infants: Prematurity and the First Year of Life 

Palliative and Hospice Care

Ethical and Racial Disparities and Pharmacotherapy

Congenital Heart Disease

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

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

Questions
If you have questions regarding Optum Health Education's activities or services, please e-mail: moreinfo@optumhealtheducation.com.