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FINANCE | Insurance / Health Insurance
unitedhealthgroup.com

Investments

21

Portfolio Exits

6

Partners & Customers

10

About UnitedHealth Group

UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) provides services in the field of health and well-being. It helps people of all age groups to live healthy lives. UnitedHealth Group offers its products and services through a couple of business platforms: UnitedHealthcare, which provides health care coverage and benefits services; and Optum, which is empowered by data and technology. The company was founded in 1977 and is based in Hopkins, Minnesota.

Headquarters Location

9900 Bren Road East

Hopkins, Minnesota, 55343,

United States

952-936-1300

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Latest UnitedHealth Group News

Forget p(Doom): Here’s How to Hold AI Accountable by Creating an Inference Economy – DATAVERSITY

Dec 28, 2023

Views: 0 AI’s existential risk is no laughing matter: As much as the tech world tries to make sense of it all, nobody definitively knows whether the dystopian “control the world” hype is legit or just sci-fi. Before we even cross that bridge (real or not), however, we need to face a more immediate problem. We’re already seeing the emergence of semi-autonomous AI agents responding to their environment and making decisions on their own. Think trading robots that monitor stock market conditions and change how they buy or sell accordingly, or even a work memo or school paper churned out by ChatGPT. No matter the application, AI’s usual practical issues inevitably pop up. Hallucinated citations, lazy decisions, sudden misdirections, and overall unpredictability continue to hold back trust in these systems – and, diving deeper, trust in the machine learning (ML) algorithms powering critical inferences. ML inferences are often inscrutable to outsiders, and the consequences are seismic. Just look at Minnesota’s  lawsuit  against UnitedHealth Group for relying on a predictive algorithm that didn’t take COVID into account, or the creditworthiness assessment industry’s massive blunder of bad scores last year. Trusting unknown inferences is a serious problem, and one that’s all too familiar to those of us in crypto and Web3. For example, imagine the potential profit an arbitrageur could gain from a decentralized exchange by garbling a feed of price information. Luckily, there is a solution to this trust gap. The answer: Create an inference economy. What Is an Inference Economy? While the spotlight has justifiably been on the data powering machine learning’s inferences, what’s missing is a formal arena for nipping any bad outputs in the bud. Grounded in responsible competition, an inference economy commercializes the pursuit of honest, reliable, and secure machine learning production. At a high level, this comes to life as a marketplace for verifiable machine intelligence, with two layers: a tournament-style competition that allows any data scientist or modeler to improve on an ML model and earn a share of the inference’s generated revenue, and an open marketplace where streams of verified inferences can be consumed. AI agents or developers building smart contracts or applications will be able to select streams of inferences from a wide variety of proven, community-vetted machine learning models. Oracle risk will be significantly diminished because a bad stream of data would be replaced by a better one in the marketplace, and AI agents would be reacting to well-screened, trusted streams of inferences. Accountability Starts with Web3 The way this all works is by combining concepts such as Web3 validation staking, streaming payments, and zero-knowledge proofs with the existing, limited competitive ML model. Zero-knowledge machine learning, in particular, allows for both proof of integrity and modelers to protect their models. Why does this matter? It comes back to the existential issue of dealing with AI. Trustless systems require battle-hardened technologies and extraordinary security measures. That’s why blending Web3 design philosophies is the only way to hold AI accountable. Grounded in verified machine intelligence and an open-sourced pool of brilliant minds (data scientists and modelers), the inference economy presents a real, attainable antidote to p(doom). Simply put, a better marketplace of ML models produces higher-performing and more verifiable inferences that businesses can buy and deploy for their own operations. From credit scoring and NFT recommendations to crypto price and sports predictions, organizations of all kinds can unlock massive value from an inference economy that puts trust back into machine intelligence.

UnitedHealth Group Investments

21 Investments

UnitedHealth Group has made 21 investments. Their latest investment was in Mundial Media as part of their Pre-Seed on September 21, 2023.

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UnitedHealth Group Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

9/21/2023

Pre-Seed

Mundial Media

$2M

Yes

Barlow Family Investments, New Day Industries, Prodege, and Undisclosed Angel Investors

2

6/1/2023

Series B

Sami

$18M

Yes

4

8/10/2022

Grant - V

Pace Center for Girls

$0.16M

Yes

1

8/10/2022

Grant - IV

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10

10/7/2019

Debt

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$99M

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Date

9/21/2023

6/1/2023

8/10/2022

8/10/2022

10/7/2019

Round

Pre-Seed

Series B

Grant - V

Grant - IV

Debt

Company

Mundial Media

Sami

Pace Center for Girls

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Amount

$2M

$18M

$0.16M

$99M

$99M

New?

Yes

Yes

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Co-Investors

Barlow Family Investments, New Day Industries, Prodege, and Undisclosed Angel Investors

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2

4

1

10

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UnitedHealth Group Portfolio Exits

6 Portfolio Exits

UnitedHealth Group has 6 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was Amil on December 22, 2023.

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Exit

Companies

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Acquirer

Sources

12/22/2023

Acquired

$99M

3

6/30/2022

Acquired

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10

12/15/2021

Acquired

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10

5/29/2010

Acq - Fin - II

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10

11/15/2004

Merger

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$99M

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10

Date

12/22/2023

6/30/2022

12/15/2021

5/29/2010

11/15/2004

Exit

Acquired

Acquired

Acquired

Acq - Fin - II

Merger

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$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

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10

UnitedHealth Group Acquisitions

42 Acquisitions

UnitedHealth Group acquired 42 companies. Their latest acquisition was Crystal Run Healthcare on February 28, 2023.

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Investment Stage

Companies

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Total Funding

Note

Sources

2/28/2023

$99M

Acquired

1

8/16/2022

$99M

Acquired

3

6/17/2022

$99M

Acq - Pending

3

1/6/2021

Grant

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10

12/15/2020

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10

Date

2/28/2023

8/16/2022

6/17/2022

1/6/2021

12/15/2020

Investment Stage

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$99M

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Total Funding

$99M

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UnitedHealth Group Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

UnitedHealth Group has 10 strategic partners and customers. UnitedHealth Group recently partnered with Uber Health on October 10, 2023.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

10/8/2023

Partner

United States

Uber And UnitedHealth’s Optum Partner On App Payment For Seniors’ Ancillary Benefits

Uber Health is partnering with UnitedHealth Group 's Optum health services business to make paying for ancillary benefits like ride share and product delivery easier for seniors via the Uber Health app .

1

6/2/2023

Partner

United States

Senseonics Announces UnitedHealthcare Coverage of Eversense® E3 CGM for Adults with Diabetes – Senseonics

This allows Ascensia Diabetes Care , our global commercial partner , to introduce the Eversense CGM System to more people living with diabetes .

1

3/14/2023

Partner

United States

UnitedHealth Group Partners with Morehouse School of Medicine to Help Black Mothers Access Health Care Resources - UnitedHealth Group

UnitedHealth Group has partnered with Morehouse School of Medicine to introduce a new mobile app that aims to connect new Black mothers living in Georgia 's underserved communities with resources to help sustain their overall health and their child 's well-being .

1

3/3/2023

Partner

United States

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9/26/2022

Client

United States

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Date

10/8/2023

6/2/2023

3/14/2023

3/3/2023

9/26/2022

Type

Partner

Partner

Partner

Partner

Client

Business Partner

Country

United States

United States

United States

United States

United States

News Snippet

Uber And UnitedHealth’s Optum Partner On App Payment For Seniors’ Ancillary Benefits

Uber Health is partnering with UnitedHealth Group 's Optum health services business to make paying for ancillary benefits like ride share and product delivery easier for seniors via the Uber Health app .

Senseonics Announces UnitedHealthcare Coverage of Eversense® E3 CGM for Adults with Diabetes – Senseonics

This allows Ascensia Diabetes Care , our global commercial partner , to introduce the Eversense CGM System to more people living with diabetes .

UnitedHealth Group Partners with Morehouse School of Medicine to Help Black Mothers Access Health Care Resources - UnitedHealth Group

UnitedHealth Group has partnered with Morehouse School of Medicine to introduce a new mobile app that aims to connect new Black mothers living in Georgia 's underserved communities with resources to help sustain their overall health and their child 's well-being .

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UnitedHealth Group Team

231 Team Members

UnitedHealth Group has 231 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Heather Cianfrocco.

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Work History

Title

Status

Heather Cianfrocco

Chief Executive Officer

Current

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