UHC Transparency in Coverage

Machine-readable files required on public sites by July 1, 2022, for Transparency in Coverage

UHC Transparency in Coverage

In 2020, the Federal Government finalized “Transparency in Coverage” Rule, which requires health insurers and group health plans, including self-funded clients, to provide cost-sharing data to consumers via: Machine-readable files and the Consumer price transparency tool.

UnitedHealthcare creates and publishes the machine-readable files on behalf of the Community Foundation Of Grant County. To access the machine-readable files, please click here: Transparency in Coverage (uhc.com).

For more information, please refer to the frequently updated Transparency in Coverage FAQs and Transparency in Coverage website.


Instructions for accessing this information: 

      • Beginning July 1, 2022, employers may locate and view their MRF information. To do so:
        • Go to transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com
        • Search for the intended employer name
        • Associated MRFs will appear
          • Example: 2022-07-01_customer name_Choice-Plus_in-network-rates.json
        • MRFs will be updated monthly in accordance with requirements


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