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Call it Murphy’s Law. Call it pure dumb luck. Or simply call it childhood. Kids just always seem to get bad ear aches over the weekend, when your doctor’s not around. Here’s a Quick Care Quiz for ya: Do you take him to the ER, Urgent Care or simply call a nurse?

You may think it’s an easy answer but too many people in the country just make their way to the ER, no matter what the symptoms. It might be late at night or a weekend. Rather than wait until morning or a weekday, patients are just heading straight to the Emergency Room, which doesn’t just clog up the waiting rooms there, but it costs everyone a lot more money than it should.

Of course, people may simply be going right to the Emergency Room because they don’t realize there even are other options. Well, UnitedHealthcare wants to make sure you’re armed with the proper information. That’s why they’ve created the interactive Quick Care Quiz to explain it all to you in real simple terms.

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This new tool will easily teach you exactly where you should be going to get the best possible care for you and your family at the lowest cost. Through interactive quizzes, this activity will inform you about several different care options available for UnitedHealthcare members: a 24/7 Nurseline, Virtual Visits, Primary Care Doctor, Convenience Care Clinic, Urgent Care or ultimately, the Emergency Room.

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Additionally, the UnitedHealthcare website includes an interactive crossword puzzle and Are You a Health Care Pro? Quiz. You’ll get a score at the end of your engagement telling you how informed you are. Just for participating in the quiz, you’ll be entered into a sweepstakes with a $100 weekly prize, and a $500 monthly one! That’s gotta be good for your health, right?

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But back to the Quick Care Quiz! This money-saving, informative activity features two stages: a quiz and a cost ranker. When you’re finished with these, you will definitely know all about the various service offers and the different costs between them all. You can even download a PDF of 6 Smart Choices for Care to help you understand it all better.

The only thing better than saving money on health-related issues is winning money. And thanks to the healthy and generous UnitedHealthcare folks, you can do just that! Yep, I’m running another fantastic giveaway to help promote the Quick Care Quiz! This time, you can win a $100 Target Gift Card! Be sure to use the promo code MOMMYSBUSY on the UnitedHealthcare site after you’ve entered., so they know I sent ya! Good luck and stay healthy!

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Comments

  1. Cynthia Conley says

    The copayment is a fixed amount you pay for a covered health care service, usually when you receive the service

  2. ellen beck says

    I learned that virtual visits are one of the cheapest alternatives. I just saw one of my Drs is offering them, although I havent tried it yet. I think when I see her next time, if the appointment after is routine I will ask how they work.

  3. Chrissy says

    I didn’t realize that a virtual visit was an option. That sounds so much better than trying to bundle up a sick toddler and take her out into the cold!

  4. Debbie F says

    I learned that you can use their Cost Estimator tool to help you estimate costs before you make appointments.
    That’s a pretty good tool. thanks!

  5. Natalie says

    I learned that generally, the more you pay per month (premium), the lower your deductibles and out-of-pocket costs.

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