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Docs to Get $200 Million in Settlement for Underpaid Claims

FEB 9, 2012
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In 2009, UnitedHealth Group agreed to settle for $350 million a lawsuit the American Medical Association filed charging the insurer with underpaying for out-of-network services. Now, a federal judge has issued rulings to release $200 million to settle claims that physicians filed against UnitedHealth.

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