Welcome to the AFL-CIO Health & Welfare Fund’s new and improved website. This site provides general information about the Fund for its participants and employers, along with related forms and contact information. We hope you explore the website and use it to find the information you need. As you look through the website, please let us know if you have any suggestions for improvements by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transparency in Coverage Final Rule
The AFL-CIO Health & Welfare Plan (the Plan) is required to provide certain information on a public website under a new federal government regulation, the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule (Rule). The Rule is intended to make health care pricing information available to the general public so that the public (and researchers, legislators and regulators) can better understand the health care system and its costs so that health care spending can be controlled. Learn more >
The AFL-CIO Health & Welfare Plan is now offering a new, online weight-loss program through UnitedHealthcare (UHC) called Real Appeal. Real Appeal is a simple, step-by-step program designed to teach healthy habits that lead to lasting weight loss. This program is available at no cost to eligible participants covered under the Plan, and they can enroll now. Learn more >
How do I know what services are covered by my health plan? Log in to www.myuhc.com and go to Coverage & Benefits to review what is covered under your plan. You can also call the Fund Office at 1-877-423-5246 to request that a copy of your plan’s Summary Plan Description (SPD) be mailed (or emailed) to you. Read all FAQs >
Download the Health4Me Mobile App!
Download UHC’s Health4Me mobile app today to get all the health information you need with just a tap of your fingers. The app allows you to view your health plan information, check claims, find a doctor or pharmacy, and even contact a registered nurse for medical advice – plus so much more. The app is free: simply download it and log in with your UHC account information. Learn more >