- connect with a registered nurse 24/7 for support and information, and access health care cost estimates and plan benefit information;
- monitor and track weight, set reminders to take vitamins, track appointments and events;
- take a health assessment and discuss the results with a nurse; and
- receive customized weekly updates based on the baby's gestational age, search for information about pregnancy symptoms and concerns, and use a "kick counter" to track the baby's movements.
The UnitedHealthcare Healthy Pregnancy SM mobile app, an interactive program providing expectant women with personalized content and 24/7 nurse support during pregnancy and after delivery, is now available to people enrolled in most UnitedHealthcare employer-sponsored plans*. Employers can offer the UnitedHealthcare Healthy Pregnancy mobile app to their employees at no additional cost as part of their benefit plan. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171129005902/en/
The new UnitedHealthcare Healthy Pregnancy mobile app provides important resources for expectant women and parents, including the ability to connect with a registered nurse 24/7 for support and information (Photo: UnitedHealthcare).People eligible for the UnitedHealthcare Healthy Pregnancy program can download the app onto their iPhone ® and Android ® devices. The app offers personalized features and pregnancy-related information, and integrates with UnitedHealthcare's maternity care platform as another way to connect with maternity nurse support throughout the prenatal and postnatal phases. "The UnitedHealthcare Healthy Pregnancy mobile app is an innovative resource for expectant parents to help manage their pregnancy," said Sam Ho, M.D., chief medical officer of UnitedHealthcare. "Mobile devices are changing how consumers access the health system, which may make it easier and more convenient for people to help improve their health and the health of their family members." The app provides important resources for expectant parents, including the ability to: