Is UnitedHealthcare your health insurer? Have you had problems with them?

Join us Wednesday, March 13, from 7 p.m.–8 p.m. for UnitedHealth (Doesn’t) Care, a livestream you can participate in online. Can’t make it? You can still watch the livestream replay!

During this livestream, we’ll hear from people who have been denied care by UnitedHealthcare, including those who have fought back with us and won.

We’ll hear from experts who will break down UnitedHealthcare’s profiteering and how we can organize together to win the care our communities deserve!

UnitedHealthcare’s parent company (UnitedHealth Group) took $22.4 billion in profit in 2023 alone. Their top 3 executives took a combined $46.6 million in compensation in 2022.

Through so-called Medicare Advantage, UnitedHealthcare takes tens of billions in public funds that are meant to be used to pay for care for seniors and people with disabilities. Instead, they too often deny care and pocket the profits.

That ain’t right. Everyone should get the care they need, when they need it, regardless of their race, gender, background, or ZIP code. Through our Care Over Cost campaign, we are fighting back and winning people the care they need.

We can’t do it alone. Allied organizations, including Be A Hero, PNHP-MN, and the Labor Campaign for Single Payer, are co-sponsoring this important event. To learn how you can fight back against UnitedHealthcare’s denials, join us online Wednesday, March 13, for UnitedHealth (Doesn’t) Care.