Health insurer UnitedHealthcare’s Miami-based Latino Health Solutions division has launched a mobile website with health information in both English and Spanish.
Users can toggle between English and Spanish on every page to access health content, including fitness tips, recipes, and a glossary of health and insurance terms. The site also offers podcasts with health messages in Spanish or English. UHC policyholders can also contact bilingual customer service by clicking on the number from their mobile devices.
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“Health literacy largely depends on ready access to information that is both easy to understand and engaging,” said Russ Bennett, UnitedHealthcare’s vice president of Latino Health Solutions, in a statement. “With that goal in mind, we developed a mobile website that is uncomplicated, entertaining and full of culturally relevant and practical health and wellness information that can be used instantly in Hispanic households.”
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