New York City-based urgent care system CityMD inked a new contract to remain in UnitedHealthcare's network, according to Crain's New York Business.
The companies' previous agreement was set to expire at the end of 2018. Without a deal, members with Oxford Health Plans, a subsidiary of UnitedHealthcare, would have faced out-of-network rates to access CityMD facilities and providers.
CityMD has 22 clinics in Manhattan and more than 120 locations across New York, New Jersey and Washington state.
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