Expansion of student health services

Kim Morris | May 17, 2009

UnitedHealthcare, one of the nation's largest providers of health insurance to college students, announces the expansion of its Collegiate Assistance Program that provides around-the-clock support network provides free telephone support for students experiencing family problems, work or school stress, financial troubles, legal worries, substance abuse and health concerns. "The Collegiate Assistance Program provides students with free comprehensive and expert behavioral health-related support to help them better cope with the issues and stress that affect their daily lives," said Daniel Krajnovich, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of Indiana. Insurance companies increasingly realize that investment these value-added plan services improve the health of memebers and lower claims costs over the long term. More details of the program are reported at MedSave.com.

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