UnitedHealthcare Enhances Eye Care Program by Helping Reduce People's Exposure to Blue Light.

ENPNewswire-January 12, 2022--UnitedHealthcare Enhances Eye Care Program by Helping Reduce People's Exposure to Blue Light

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Release date- 11012022 - UnitedHealthcare Vision members can now save up to 20% on Dell XPS laptops with Eyesafe blue-light-blocking properties.

Separately, five school districts across the country to each receive $20,000 from UnitedHealthcare for technology to assist with remote learning, plus filters to help reduce students' exposure to blue light

MINNETONKA, Minn.: UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, is investing in new ways to help children and adults across the country reduce their exposure to blue light and support their overall eye health, amid ongoing use of screens during COVID-19 and the greater reliance on remote school and work.

Through multiple initiatives, UnitedHealthcare is working to help limit excessive exposure to blue light, which could help reduce the prevalence of digital eye strain among children and adults, a growing concern given people spend an average of 13 hours per day on digital devices.1 Key efforts include:

A discount of up to 20% on Dell XPS laptops with embedded blue-light-blocking properties from Eyesafe. UnitedHealthcare Vision members are also eligible for a comparable discount on Eyesafe Blue Light Screen Filters to retrofit existing smartphones, tablets, laptops and computer monitors. Available to more than 23 million UnitedHealthcare Vision members nationwide, both discount programs are designed to help reduce exposure to high-energy blue light for people purchasing new laptops or retrofitting existing digital devices. Eligible UnitedHealthcare members will soon be notified about the Dell XPS discount via email or will be able to access more information by logging into myuhcvision.com

. To obtain the screen filter discount, UnitedHealthcare Vision members can go to eyesafe.com/filters

and use the provided promo code at checkout.

Donations of $20,000 per school district to help meet the technology needs of their students, plus screen protectors to help reduce students' exposure to blue light for students. The following school districts will each receive a $20,000 donation to help meet the educational needs of their students: Cleveland Metro School District (OH), Roanoke City Public Schools (VA), Fort Bend Independent School District (TX), Minneapolis Public Schools (MN), and The School District of Palm...

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