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Universal American Corp.  (UAM)
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Universal American Corp. Segments

 
 

Business Segments III. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2016)
%
(of total Revenues)
III. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2016)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
343.39 100 % 50.88 14.82 %

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Growth rates by Segment III. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Sep 30 2016)
Q/Q Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Sep 30 2016)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
-17.51 % -0.78 % - 123.1 %

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  Universal American's

Business Segments Description



Medicare Advantage

We believe that attractive growth opportunities exist in providing health insurance to the growing senior market. At present, approximately 57 million Americans are eligible for Medicare, the Federal program that offers basic hospital and medical insurance to people over 65 years old and some disabled people under the age of 65. According to the Pew Research Center, more than 3.5 million Americans turn 65 in the United States each year, and this number is expected to grow as the so-called baby boomers continue to turn 65 and continue for nearly 20 years. In addition, many large employers that traditionally provided medical and prescription drug coverage to their retirees have begun to curtail these benefits. Medicare Advantage continues to grow its share of the overall Medicare market and we believe is likely to continue to gain positive acceptance with consumers.

Over the past several years, we made a strategic decision to offer Medicare Advantage plans only in markets where we believe we can positively impact the cost and quality of healthcare through collaboration with providers. Accordingly, we now offer plans in only three states (Texas, New York and Maine). In the Houston/Beaumont region, we currently maintain the leading market position with strong brand awareness and committed and aligned physician groups with whom we share risk. In upstate New York, we are in the process of converting this historically fee-for-service market into a more value-based system by introducing pay for performance to the primary care physicians in the region.

Medicare Advantage—Texas: Universal American's largest Medicare Advantage market is Texas, primarily the Houston/Beaumont region and North Texas. We market our products using the TexanPlus® brand. The products provided in our Texas markets include only HMO plans, although we introduced a special needs plan for dual eligibles (dSNP) in 2016 which currently has nominal membership. Enrollment in this market is generally supported by career agents.

Our HMO plans are offered under contracts with CMS and provide all basic Medicare covered benefits with reduced member cost-sharing as well as additional supplemental benefits, including a defined prescription drug benefit. We built this coordinated care product around contracted networks of providers who, in cooperation with the health plan, coordinate an active care management program. In addition to a monthly payment per member from CMS, the plan may collect a monthly premium from its members enrolled in specified products.

In connection with the HMOs, we operate separate Medicare Advantage Management Service Organizations that manage that business and affiliated Independent Physician Associations or IPAs through gain sharing arrangements. We participate in the net results derived from these affiliated IPAs.
Medicare Advantage—Northeast: Universal American's second largest market is upstate New York, primarily the ten counties that are considered part of the Syracuse market. Universal American markets its Medicare Advantage products using the Todays Options® brand. Enrollment in this market is generally supported by independent agents.

The products provided in our Northeast market include PPO, Network PFFS, and our new HMO plan that was introduced in 2016. The HMO plan in upstate New York currently has nominal membership.

Our HMO and PPO plans are provided under the brand Today's Options® HMO and Today's Options® PPO, respectively. They are offered under contracts with CMS and provide all basic Medicare covered benefits with reduced member cost-sharing as well as additional supplemental benefits, including a defined prescription drug benefit. This coordinated care product is built around contracted networks of providers who, in cooperation with the health plan, coordinate an active care management program. In addition to a monthly payment per member from CMS, the plan may collect a monthly premium from its members enrolled in specified products.

MSSP—Accountable Care Organizations

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and The Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, which we collectively refer to as the ACA established Medicare Shared Savings ACOs as a tool to improve quality and lower costs through increased care coordination in the Medicare fee-for-service, or FFS, program, which covers the majority of the Medicare-eligible population. The MSSP covers nearly eight million FFS beneficiaries comprising approximately 430 ACOs. CMS established the MSSP to facilitate coordination and cooperation among providers to improve the quality of care for FFS beneficiaries and reduce unnecessary costs. The MSSP is designed to improve beneficiary outcomes and increase value of care by:

promoting accountability for the care of Medicare FFS beneficiaries;

fostering better coordination of care for items and services provided under Medicare FFS; and

encouraging investment in infrastructure and redesigned care processes.
The MSSP will reward ACOs that lower their health care costs while surpassing a minimum savings rate and meeting quality of care performance standards. Cost savings below the benchmark provided by CMS will be shared at least 50% with the ACOs. The minimum savings rate set by CMS varies depending on the number of beneficiaries assigned to the ACO, starting at 3.9% for ACOs with assigned beneficiaries totaling 5,000 and grading to 2.0% for ACOs with assigned beneficiaries totaling 60,000 or more.

Medicaid Program

Established in 1965, Medicaid is the largest publicly funded program in the United States, and provides health insurance to low-income families and individuals with disabilities. Authorized by Title XIX of the Social Security Act, Medicaid is an entitlement program funded jointly by the federal and state governments and administered by the states. The majority of funding is provided at the federal level. Each state establishes its own eligibility standards, benefit packages, payment rates and program administration within federal standards. Eligibility is based on a combination of household income and assets, often determined by an income level relative to the federal poverty level. Historically, children have represented the largest eligibility group.

A portion of Medicaid members are dual eligibles, low-income seniors and people with disabilities who are enrolled in both Medicaid and Medicare. Based on CMS, industry analyst and Kaiser Family Foundation data, we estimate there are approximately 10 million dual eligible enrollees with annual spending of approximately $400 billion. Only a small portion of the total spending on dual eligibles is administered by managed care organizations. Dual eligibles tend to consume more healthcare services due to their tendency to have more chronic health issues.

Total Care NY Medicaid Plan—On December 1, 2013, we acquired the Total Care Medicaid health plan. Total Care provides Medicaid managed care services to approximately 39,000 members in three counties in upstate New York that overlap with our existing Medicare Advantage footprint. Roughly 80% of its members are located in Onondaga County. In addition to the Medicaid program, Total Care also participates in the Child Health Plus program for low-income, uninsured children.

   

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