Bright Health Group will lay off 99 employees at its Bloomington, Minn. headquarters, the Star Tribune reported Nov. 9.
The layoffs come as the company faces a year of challenges, including the end of its group and individual ACA business and its Medicare Advantage offerings in every state except California.
The affected employees will have jobs until Jan. 7, 2023, according to WARN Act filings obtained by the Star Tribune.
The company laid off 150 workers in March. The company employed around 3,000 people before the March layoffs.
On Oct. 11, Bright Health said it was ending its group and individual insurance offerings but would continue offering Medicare Advantage plans in Florida and California. On a Nov. 9 earnings call with investors, CEO Mike Mikan said the payer was pulling out of Florida markets as well.