On September 13, 2019, three addiction and mental health treatment centers sued United Behavioral Health (UBH), UnitedHealthcare's mental health subsidiary. The centers alleged that UBH wrongfully denied $5 million in behavioral health treatment claims for self-insured and fully insured employer health plans for residential and outpatient treatment from 2011 to 2017. The case involves claims for 157 employer group health plan members, including children. The complaint claims that UBH guidelines for coverage are overly restrictive and violate federal and state law. Meridian Treatment Services; iRecover Treatment, Inc.; and Harmony Hollywood Treatment Center of California are listed as the . . .