10 health plans with the highest medical enrollment

Minnetonka, Minn.-based UnitedHealthcare had the highest medical enrollment of any U.S. health plan as of the first quarter of 2016.

Here are the top 10 health plans in the U.S., ranked by total number of medical members in the first quarter of 2016, according to Atlantic Information Services, a healthcare publishing and information company. 

1. UnitedHealthcare — 47.53 million members

2. Anthem (Indianapolis) — 33.99 million members

3. Aetna (Hartford, Conn.) — 19.96 million members

4. Cigna (Bloomfield, Conn.) — 14.03 million members

5. Humana (Louisville, Ky.) — 9.66 million members

6. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (Chicago) — 8.09 million members

7. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan (Oakland, Calif.) — 7.81 million members

8. Health Net (Los Angeles) — 6.12 million members

9. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (Richardson) — 5.02 million members

10. Centene (St. Louis) — 4.51 million members

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