Should people with "united health care community plan" be concerned with new health insurance law changes?
With new laws people passed, many people are concerned about health coverage especially those with United healthcare. I specifically have united health care community plan, which I have been told no longer is under Medicaid. So the ultimate question is, should users of this insurance be concerned about their health care coverage? And what steps should they take after certain laws come into pass?
- BillLv 73 years ago
United Health Insurance Company will reevaluate their underwriting exposures after they find out what the new law requires. They will develop new policies to meet the new requirements and offer options for the public's choice of plans. They will probably remain active in areas they previously decided to abandon. All Insurance Companies will undergo a similar process especially if they will be allowed to cross state lines to expand their risk pool.
- KiniLv 73 years ago
You have to ask your Medicaid case worker in your state if anything is changing. The bill hasnt been passed in the Senate yet, so your concerns are premature.
- ZarnevLv 73 years ago
The United HealthCare Community Plan is still, and will remain, a Medicaid plan so you don't need to worry as long as you live in an area that has the plan and as long as you remain qualified for welfare.
- Anonymous3 years ago
This is what many people voted for. They were duped by Trump the chump that he would make healthcare better, that it would be great. Taking healthcare away from millions of people, and charging way more money to others sure isn't better. But, as dumb as a lot of these people are, they think this is wonderful even though it will end up affecting them and their families. It's pretty pathetic now that the USA could end up going backwards with healthcare. It was bad enough before the ACA was passed, that's why it was passed, but from what it sounds like it is going to get a whole lot worse. They want people to die, this is their plan, meanwhile they get to have all the tax breaks they don't deserve.