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TriWest Loses $20B Military Health Deal After Fraud Fine

Law360, New York (March 20, 2012, 4:35 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Defense awarded an estimated $20.4 billion contract to UnitedHealthcare on Monday, ending TriWest Healthcare Alliance's 16-year run as the military's primary medical insurance provider in the western United States just months after TriWest agreed to pay $10 million over fraudulent billing.

The Pentagon uses three large contracts, divided by U.S. region into north, south and western, to provide medical care for troops and their families through a service called Tricare. The contracts, now in their third generation, have been held up by...
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