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World class doctors
at your fingertips

We’re your personal care team, here to make healthcare a whole lot easier. And as a no cost employer benefit, it won’t cost you a thing. Welcome to your inner circle of care.

We’re here for the big things, the little things, and everything in-between

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Find trusted, in-network doctors near you.
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See your healthcare spending in one place.
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Have 24/7 access to our care team.
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Get an expert second opinion

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Easily access your insurance information.
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Get help tackling a complicated bill.

*The $300 Visa gift card incentive is available to employees and dependents. To be eligible to receive the Visa gift card, individuals must complete an expert medical opinion prior to a spinal procedure or for any cancer diagnosis or treatment. Please allow 60 days from the completion of the expert medical opinion to receive your electronic gift card.

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Find care from the palm of your hand.

It’s easy. We just need to check a few details.

  • 1Activate your account
  • 2Search for the care you need
  • 3Get matched with high quality care
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Download the Included Health app

Get a second opinion.

Last year, 83% of BlackRock employees who got a second opinion changed their treatment plan. Get a second opinion at no cost to you. 

  • Expert advice on battling the unknowns of a new diagnosis, including helping correct misdiagnoses or suboptimal treatment plans.

  • Expert consults in key speciality areas including: Musculoskeletal, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology. 

  • Fast answers including 2-3 day turnaround time for 3-way call with the expert and 7-10 days to receive a written expert opinion 

  • Expert second opinion consults from a panel of 4,000 of the top clinical specialists and subspecialists nationwide

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We’re helping almost six million people live their healthiest lives.

“Included Health has helped me navigate my way through the healthcare system. I finally had somebody that was going to be in my corner and find me what I needed.”

Grand Rounds member Patrik
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Over 200 on-call clinicians

Our staff physicians and care coodinators go above and beyond to make sure you get the care you need.

Common questions about our health benefit

What is Included Health?
Included Health is a health benefit made available to you through your employer. We are a guide and resource for your medical and health care-related needs. Our services include finding you the top doctors and specialists in your insurance network, booking doctor’s appointments on your behalf, getting you remote second opinions from world-leading experts, answering any questions you may have about your medical conditions, and more.
When should I use Included Health?
Use Included Health when:
  • You need a primary care physician or specialist for an in-person visit. We’ll help you find trusted and experienced doctors within your insurance network and can even set the appointment for you.
  • You’d like quick answers to medical questions. We can provide you with over-the-phone guidance and support from a Included Health doctor.
  • We’ll help you understand all of the details of your health plan.
  • You have questions about billing. We’ll help you understand medical costs and whether the price you’re being quoted is fair.
  • You’re unsure about a diagnosis, or you’ve been recommended surgery as a form of treatment. We can arrange for you to get a remote second opinion from a leading expert specializing in your area of need.
  • You’re not sure which of your benefits you should use. We’ll help you explore the different health benefits available to you and when to use them.
Who can use Included Health?
Included Health is available to benefits eligible employees and their extended family members (parents, spouses/domestic partners/civil union partners, children, siblings, and in-laws). Your employer provides this service so that you have access to the best medical care possible.
How much will this cost me?
Included Health is fully covered by your employer and available at no cost to you and your enrolled dependents. Simply enter your information and Included Health will waive all fees. Plan guidelines will apply for any treatments as a result of the Expert Opinion or Office Visit – Included Health will find the doctor, collect all relevant medical records, and (if necessary) schedule the appointment at no cost.
What can I expect from Included Health?
All Included Health services can be easily accessed by calling our Care Team, visiting or by downloading the Included Health mobile app. For certain Included Health services, a member of your Care Team will reach out to you to learn about your exact needs. They’ll take care of everything, from finding you the right doctor to collecting your medical records. Expect a care coordinator to follow up with you after you’ve seen the recommended doctor, to answer any questions you may have and start additional cases if needed.
What areas does Included Health specialize in?
Included Health physicians span all conditions and specialty areas, including: back and knee pain, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, behavioral health disorders, migraines, digestive system disorders, dermatology, pediatrics, ACL tears, and much more.
How does Included Health select its physicians?
Included Health selects physicians based on their education and training, patient outcomes, and location. As a result, we’re able to match you with highly experienced doctors and specialists who are best suited to your personal preferences and medical needs.
How much will it cost me to see a recommended doctor?
Typically, you’ll only pay your regular copay and office visit fees for seeing an in-network doctor. For further details, call the Included Health Care Team.
What will my doctor think about Included Health reviewing my case?
Most doctors are glad to get the opinions of their peers when assessing complicated medical issues. Their primary goal is to get you feeling better. A good way to frame a conversation with your treating physician regarding a Included Health expert opinion is:
  • “I requested a consultation about [condition] and here’s what I learned…”
  • “Here’s what I was surprised to find out…”
  • “Dr. Smith recommended these options for my care because of these reasons…”
Will this information go to my employer?
Any personal health information you share with Included Health is held confidentially and will not be shared by us, unless authorized by you, or where legally permissible and/or required under applicable law.
Is Included Health part of my insurance?
Included Health is not affiliated with your insurance, and operates separately to guide your ongoing care. The goal of Included Health is to provide you with useful information about your health so that you can make informed decisions about your medical care, and have healthier outcomes overall.
How does Included Health use my SSN?
The last four digits of your SSN are needed to confirm both your identity when creating an account and your eligibility for the Included Health benefit.
What can I expect from a Second Opinion?

When you reach out to Included Health to get started, you will be assigned a Care Team which is comprised of a Staff Physician, Care Coordinator and Records Specialist. Your Care Team will take care of all the logistics of your case, from finding the right expert physician to collecting your medical records. After your local treating physician has received the Expert Opinion from the selected expert physician (with a courtesy copy to you), your Care Team will follow up with you to answer any questions and make sure your needs have been met, and start any additional cases if necessary.

Where can I learn more about a Second Opinion?

If you or a loved one has received a difficult medical diagnosis, you could be feeling confused and overwhelmed. A second opinion from another doctor or specialist could help in many ways.  Learn more about what a second opinion is and when it might be a good time to get one.