(Las Vegas, NV)  —  Southern Nevada seniors will have fewer choices for Medicare Advantage plans.

UnitedHealth Group will no longer offer its Spectrum program to local customers,  while Anthem Blue Cross-Blue Shield has withdrawn its own Advantage program.

The move affects nearly 8000 members, but both companies say they will offer alternatives.

The CMS says seniors still have a dozen Medicare Advantage plans to choose from, or they can opt for original Medicare.


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