UnitedHealthcare of Florida Inc. is a subsidiary of UnitedHealthcare, Inc. Both of these are subsidiaries of the parent company UnitedHealth Group Inc. UnitedHealth Group operates in all 50 US states, and it also has business in 125 other countries. The company employs over 240,000 people, including 18,500 doctors and nurses, and invests almost $3 billion each year toward innovation and technology.
All UnitedHealthcare plans are underwritten by state-based subsidiaries. For residents of Florida, UnitedHealthcare plans are available through the subsidiary company known as UnitedHealthcare of Florida Inc. Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans are available to individuals and families. These plans can be purchased in gold, silver, bronze, and catastrophic coverage levels. Some gold and silver coverage level plans also have Health Savings Account (HSA) features.
In 1977, United HealthCare Corporation was created. By becoming a parent company to the existing Charter Med Incorporated company (founded in 1974), United HealthCare Corporation was able to reorganize and introduce a number of healthcare innovations. The company changed its name to UnitedHealth Group in 1998, updating the company logo for a more modern look in 2012. Over its more than 20 years of operation, UnitedHealth Group and its subsidiaries have created new products, designed technology to improve the health of its members, and pursued healthcare innovation.
Like many insurance companies, UnitedHealthcare of Florida’s product offerings include HMO plans.
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