Star Tribune: UnitedHealthcare pushed into Mass. health exchange

UNITEDHEALTH GROUP is being required to offer coverage through MassHealth, the Massachusetts state-run health exchange, as the company covers more than 5,000 Massachusetts workers through small-employer health plans. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
UNITEDHEALTH GROUP is being required to offer coverage through MassHealth, the Massachusetts state-run health exchange, as the company covers more than 5,000 Massachusetts workers through small-employer health plans. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
PROVIDENCE – UnitedHealth Group Inc. has been required to sell health care coverage in 2019 in the Massachusetts state-run health exchange, MassHealth, and the company acknowledged that the move was not voluntary, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported last week. The Minnesota-based health care company was required to have its UnitedHealthcare participate in the exchange as…

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