Mayo Clinic, UnitedHealthcare team up
Mayo Clinic has signed a contract with UnitedHealthcare that allows the health insurer's commercial-plan customers to have access to Mayo's physicians, hospitals and clinics.
The contract gives UnitedHealthcare customers "in-network" rates at Mayo Clinic's facilities in Arizona; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Rochester, Minn.
UnitedHealthcare officials say the contract benefits its customers by providing them access to Mayo's cutting-edge medical technology and services.
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