Anyone insured by UnitedHealthcare (UHC) on an individual plan or through an employer will have to pay out-of-network charges to use Premier Health agreement facilities starting on the day of Sunday.
A agreement between the two companies is set to on the day of expire May 14th, leaving thousands to either look for a new doctor or pay up.
“At Premier Health agreement, we need to reach a reasonable agreement with UnitedHealthcare as soon as possible to reduce disruptions for our sufferers. Although, we do not need that resolution to come at the expense of patient choice.” – Premier Health
“We sustained committed to continued discussions with Premier. And if we are not able to reach a contract, Premier physicians will be out of network for employer-sponsored, individual and Medicaid plans, beginning May 14. Premier hospitals would also be out of network for Medicaid plans as of May 14 if an agreement isn’t reached.” – UnitedHealthcare
Coverage for Medicare Advantage holders is set to expire in the month of December.
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