UnitedHealth to Exit California's Individual Health Market By Year End

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UnitedHealth recently announced that it will be leaving California's individual health market at the end of this year.

UnitedHealth's announcement comes on the heels of a similar announcement by Aetna last month. Both UnitedHealth and Aetna will remain in California's group market.  

UnitedHealth and Aetna combined account for approximately 7% of California's individual health market, while Blue Shield of California, Anthem Blue Cross and Kaiser Permenente, collectively, account for approximately 87% of California's individual market.

 

Topics:  Healthcare, Insurers

Published In: Health Updates, Insurance Updates

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