Proposed Acquisition Of MAMSI Life And Health Group UnitedHealth Is Approved By Md. commissioner

February 2004
Insurance Advocate;2/16/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p38
Announces the acquisition of MAMSI Life and Health Insurance Company, Optimum Choice Inc. and MD-Individual Practice Association Inc. by UnitedHealth Group Inc. Approval of the merge by Maryland Insurance Commissioner Alfred W. Redmer Jr.; Compliance of the merge provisions with the requirements of the Maryland Insurance Acquisitions Disclosure and Control Act; Absence of any reason for the drop in the health insurance market competition in the state; Belief by Redmer of UnitedHealth's plans of not having any unfair or prejudicial intention to sell company assets or make major changes in structure.


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