Try not to be impressed when you learn details about the ridiculous bankruptcy of Prevent Sênior’s competing health plan
We know very well that in recent years we have been surprised by situations that included large companies that ended up closing their doors and declaring bankruptcy.
However, nothing is as shocking as the absurd bankruptcy of rival health plan Prevent Sênior and abandonment of clients.
Well, without further ado, let’s get straight to the point. We’re talking about the NSA ordering Miller’s extrajudicial liquidation. Information from the Estadão portal.
What happened to Miller?
Well, according to information released by the source, the National Agency of Supplementary Health (ANS) has decreed the extrajudicial liquidation of Plano de Assistência Médica Miller Ltda, an operator of private health care plans operating in Rio de Janeiro. In other words, your bankruptcy.
So, not many people know, but Miller, in short, is the fifth health plan operator to be liquidated by the ANS. The other companies are: Unicor, Adress, Climoj, and BioMed.
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Also according to information released by the source, Miller has been under the financial and technical management since March 14 of this year.
Well, it was because of serious economic, financial and administrative problems and imbalances that jeopardize the continuity of health care for consumers in their plans, according to the National News Agency. Thus, his portfolio has already been sold to Classic, another company operating in Rio de Janeiro.
Therefore, as announced, this is a precautionary decision, as the economic and financial imbalances discovered may jeopardize the continuity of healthcare for the operator’s consumers.
Finally, it should be noted that consumers who have service issues with their health plan provider can submit their complaint to their city’s consumer protection agency or call ANS: 0800-7019656.
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