Quit For Life

 

The Quit For Life® tobacco cessation program will be part of UnitedHealthCare health plans beginning June 1, 2018 at no additional cost to UHC clients or employees.

Quit For Life is a clinically proven tobacco cessation program offered in collaboration with the American Cancer Society®. The program combines digital and telephonic tools and resources, along with physical, psychological and behavioral strategies to help employees overcome their tobacco addiction.

Throughout the program, employees have access to a highly trained, experienced Quit Coach® to help make a plan, set a quit date and provide ongoing support. In addition, employees receive many tools and resources to help keep them engaged and on track with their cessation plan, including:
• Expert-led online learning.
• Urge management tools.
• Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) coaching*.
• Text messaging.
• Secured emails.
• And much more.

Since 1985, Quit For Life has helped more than 3.5 million people and has delivered impressive results:
• 49% quit rate.1
• 95% program satisfaction.2
• 97% of participants would recommend the program.3

As June 1, 2018 approaches, there will be additional information sent to UHC clients and your HR team, through the UHC Customer Connection Newsletter.

 

*Members will be encouraged to consult their UnitedHealthcare prescription drug benefit.
  1. Quit For Life employer book of business survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at six months post-program enrollment, with quit-rate
    success defined as 30+ days of abstinence from all forms of tobacco, cumulative from 2006 to 2016.
  2. Quit For Life employer book of business survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at six months post-program enrollment, who report
    being “very satisfied,” “satisfied” and “somewhat satisfied” with the program, cumulative from 2006 to 2016.
  3. Quit For Life employer book of business survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at six months post-program enrollment, who reported
    they would recommend the program, cumulative from 2006 to 2016.

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