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A class-action lawsuit accuses UnitedHealthcare Group Inc. of systematically underpaying benefits for care received from out-of-network health care providers, reports BenefitsPro. According to the complaint uses deeply discounted “repricer” rates that make just a fraction of a billed charge eligible for reimbursement. Out-of-network providers are not required to accept this rate, which means plan members are legally obligated to pay the difference.