The National Supplementary Health Agency (ANS) on Wednesday (16) halted the sale of 12 health plans due to Consumer complaints.
The measure is part of the regulatory agency’s monitoring and affects six operators, including two Unimed units, Oral Class and Saúde Sim. Together, the plans have about 83,000 beneficiaries.
The temporary ban comes into effect next Tuesday (22) and marketing to new customers can only return if operators show improvement in sponsorship coverage, according to the agency.
In all, ANS analyzed more than 33 thousand complaints related to health insurance Between October and December last year.
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