Well United scores once again with more business and they won’t have to go to court and sue anyone this time. In 2007 the Medical Mutual purchased Carolina Care Plan and I am assuming this is the big portion of the policy holders that will be moved over to United.
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After 6 years in the business in South Carolina it appears it must not be profitable enough to sustain the current policy holders. GD
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- An insurance company says it's leaving South Carolina because of regulations related to health care reform.
Medical Mutual of Ohio is the parent company of the Carolina Care health plan, which covers 28,000 policyholders in South Carolina.
Byers says changes under the federal health care act that go into effect this year and next year played into the company's decision to leave South Carolina.
He says policyholders covered under Carolina Care are being transitioned to UnitedHealthcare.