Harken Health, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth, announced Friday the company reversed course and would not sell Obamacare plans in South Florida in 2017. Nearly 645,000 people in Miami and Fort Lauderdale had signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan as of Feb. 1, according to federal health officials. In this December 2014 photo, applicants line outside a store setup in the Mall of the Americas to sell ACA plans.
Harken Health, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth, announced Friday the company reversed course and would not sell Obamacare plans in South Florida in 2017. Nearly 645,000 people in Miami and Fort Lauderdale had signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan as of Feb. 1, according to federal health officials. In this December 2014 photo, applicants line outside a store setup in the Mall of the Americas to sell ACA plans. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas
Harken Health, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth, announced Friday the company reversed course and would not sell Obamacare plans in South Florida in 2017. Nearly 645,000 people in Miami and Fort Lauderdale had signed up for an Affordable Care Act plan as of Feb. 1, according to federal health officials. In this December 2014 photo, applicants line outside a store setup in the Mall of the Americas to sell ACA plans. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas

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Harken Health pulls out of South Florida’s Obamacare market

August 05, 2016 6:48 PM

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