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The top 5 largest health insurance companies in the USA
13 April 2017 - The Affordable Care Act is a splitting political and social act, but since 2010 it has been a monetary blessing for the five largest health insurance companies. Although some payors are withdrawing from the state stock markets, others have made expansion plans into new ones, or even into industries such as dentistry, government, pharmaceuticals and globally.
This year' s appreciation in the value of the shares (YTD) shows investors' trust in a lucrative health insurance company corporate strategy for the coming year. On the basis of April 2017 figures, you will find here an overview of the five biggest health insurance funds in the USA. The United Health Group comprises a global medical community of over 1 million doctors and 6,000 clinics.
Optum, its information and technologies integration solution, is deployed in 4 out of 5 U.S. hospital sites, providing services to 115 million people and nearly 300 health insurers. These include Optum Rx, the chemist's maintenance company that works with CMS and consumer groups in 67,000 chemists across the country.
While Anthem is continuing with its deadlocked effort to merge with Cigna, the airline has maintained its position as the nation's second-largest healthier. "Founded in 1853 and headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, the insurance company has always had an eye towards growing and growing businesses. Coventry Health Care was taken over in 2013, significantly increasing the number of members.
Aetna was globalised in 2014 with the acquisition of the UK-based InterGlobal Group, giving it market share in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Established in 1961 in Louisville, KY, Humawas was initially a supplier of long-term personal health products that developed into a health sectoriant.
Founded by a 1982 fusion between INA Corporation and Connecticut General Corporation, this worldwide healthcare services provider has found great breakthroughs in the integration of oral and Medicare vertical and offers Medicare prescriptive programs in all 50 states. Editorial note: Net revenues and member information were gathered from companies in 2016 and shareholders' registrations.