Here's what 5 health insurer execs made compared to their employees in 2017

Molina Healthcare CEO Joseph Zubretsky made $450 for every dollar a median employee made in 2017, according to a proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Five major insurers filed proxy statements detailing their CEO to median employee pay ratio for 2017. This is the first year SEC requires companies to include CEO pay ratios in their proxy statements under the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.

Here are the annual CEO pay ratios of five insurers: Anthem, Centene, Cigna, Humana and Molina.

Editor's note: This article will be updated as other insurers release their CEO pay ratio data.

Former CEO Joseph Swedish: $18,578,802
Median employee: $70,867
CEO pay ratio: 262:1

CEO Michael Neidorff: $25,269,468
Median employee: $66,600
CEO pay ratio: 379:1

CEO David Cordani: $17,595,792
Median employee: $63,010
CEO pay ratio: 279:1

CEO Bruce Broussard: $19,768,525
Median employee: $57,385
CEO pay ratio: 344:1

Molina Healthcare
CEO Joseph Zubretsky: $20,864,108
Median employee: $46,397
CEO pay ratio: 450:1

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