News Briefs: UnitedHealthcare Unveils Rebranded ‘Surest’ Plans

UnitedHealthcare is rebranding a type of employer-sponsored plans previously known as Bind, promising “a new approach to health benefits that removes deductibles and provides clear upfront pricing information to people in advance of treatment.” Now known as Surest, the products are available to self-funded employer plans nationwide and fully insured customers with 51 or more employees in 11 states. The insurer aims to add up to five additional states where self-funded customers can access Surest plans by the end of the year, and notes that more than 150 employers are already using Surest.

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