AHA Expresses Concerns Regarding a Series of UnitedHealthcare Health Plan Coverage Policies

February 4, 2021

AHA expresses deep concerns regarding a series of UnitedHealthcare health plan coverage policies to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. These new restrictions will create significant barriers to access to necessary diagnostic and specialty pharmacy services for tens of millions of health plan enrollees. Read the full letter below under Key Resources.

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