Universal American Corp was incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware on December 22, 2011. The Company through its subsidiaries provides health benefits to people covered by Medicare and/or Medicaid. Its segments include Medicare Advantage, MSO, Medicaid, Traditional Insurance, and Corporate & Other. Its businesses include Medicare Advantage, Medicare Accountable Care Organizations and Medicaid. Through the Medicare Advantage, the Company serves the growing Medicare population by providing Medicare Advantage products to approximately 105,000 members as of January 1, 2015. Approximately 31% of the Medicare population in the United States is currently enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans; a type of Medicare health plan offered by private companies that contract with the federal government to provide enrollees with health insurance. Its current focus is to grow Medicare Advantage business in Texas (especially Houston/Beaumont), upstate New York (especially the Syracuse area) and Maine. In the Medicare Accountable Care Organizations business, the Company believes there is an opportunity to address the high cost of health care for the majority of the Medicare population enrolled in traditional fee-for-service Medicare and has joined with primary-care and multi-specialty provider groups to operate twenty-four Accountable Care Organizations, or ACOs, pursuant to the Medicare Shared Saving Program, known as the MSSP. In the Medicaid business, the Company provides services to Medicaid agencies and health plans through APS Healthcare and through Total Care Medicaid health plan serving approximately 40,000 members in upstate New York. It distributes Medicare Advantage products through multiple channels including career agency, independent agents, as well as through telephonic and Internet enrollment. compete with numerous other health insurance companies and managed care organizations on a national, regional and local market basis, including United Healthcare, Humana, Anthem, including various "Blues" plans, Aetna and Cigna as well as other health maintenance organizations, preferred provider organizations, and other health care-related companies which provide a variety of services in the Medicare, Medicaid and commercial markets both on a capitated and fee for service basis.