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Topic: Delta Air Lines And United Health Care
Username: NWAROOSTER
Posted 2012-11-25 18:53:22 and read 2667 times.

Does anyone know when Delta Air Lines began using United Health Care as a medical insurance provider? It seems to go back some time. The year Delta stated using United Health Care would good to know.

Topic: RE: Delta Air Lines And United Health Care
Username: wingnutmn
Posted 2012-11-25 20:40:55 and read 2375 times.

Was it the same year Richard Anderson left United Healthcare and became CEO Delta?

Wingnut

Topic: RE: Delta Air Lines And United Health Care
Username: mayor
Posted 2012-11-25 20:55:03 and read 2304 times.

Quoting wingnutmn (Reply 1):
Was it the same year Richard Anderson left United Healthcare and became CEO Delta?

Nope, I'm pretty sure that we had UHC quite awhile before that but I'm unable to narrow it down any better than that.

Topic: RE: Delta Air Lines And United Health Care
Username: gigneil
Posted 2012-11-25 22:37:37 and read 2106 times.

Dude, UHC is the largest provider of health insurance in the US,

But more importantly, Delta is self-insured - like most companies of their size. UHC is only the administrator of their plans - not the actual insurer.

NS

Topic: RE: Delta Air Lines And United Health Care
Username: mayor
Posted 2012-11-26 10:17:12 and read 1840 times.

Ok....I found out that UHC became the healthcare provider on January 1, 2001, which, I believe, is quite awhile before Anderson was even on the BOD.


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