The AAFP has sent letters to UnitedHealthcare (United), America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
These letters collectively voice concerns regarding United’s one-sided actions that disrupt patient-physician relationships and dictate to patients which doctor they are allowed to see with little to no input from the patients themselves.
The letters end with the desire to set up an ongoing dialogue to better understand the current state, determination, and effects of narrow or high-value networks.
The AAFP Private Sector Advocacy team represents family physicians’ interests to non-governmental agencies. We negotiate with insurance companies, employers, health plans, and more to help you get better work conditions.
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