UnitedHealthcare pays forfeiture to WI
UnitedHealthcare of Wisconsin Inc. paid a forfeiture of $54,000 to the Wisconsin Office of Commissioner of Insurance for failing to comply with previous examination orders from the insurance commissioner. UnitedHealthcare, which has its Wisconsin office in Wauwatosa, previously received examination orders "related to complaint records, modification of external review provisions, revision of date recording procedures, application acceptance and commission payments from and to unlicensed agents, enrollment application data recording and inaccurate agent databases," according to the OCI.
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