It's in the Stars: Universal Health Care Ailing
In the just-ended Medicare enrollment season, Universal Health Care took a hit when the federal government sent enrollees a letter suggesting they switch plans because of Universal's low quality scores, less than 3 stars out of 5. Now it has halted sales.
By Jeff Harrington, Times Staff Writer In Print: Saturday, January 19, 2013 Financially struggling Universal Health Care, once among the fastest-growing companies in St. Petersburg, warned agents that it has stopped marketing its Medicare services in all areas effective immediately. The notice, which did not include a reason, could threaten the survival of the managed care company.