Big payers ranked by net income in first half of 2022

The nation's largest payers have filed their second-quarter earnings reports, revealing which saw the biggest net incomes in the first six months of the year.

1. UnitedHealth Group: $10.3 billion
Net income increased to $10.3 billion from $9.4 billion year over year, a 9.6 percent increase. In the second quarter alone, net income was $5.2 billion.

2. CVS Health: $5.3 billion
Net income increased to $5.3 billion from $5 billion year over year, a 5.1 percent increase. In the second quarter alone, net income totaled nearly $3 billion.

3. Elevance Health: $3.4 billion
Net income decreased to $3.4 billion from $3.5 billion year over year, a 0.7 percent decrease. In the second quarter alone, net income was $1.65 billion.

4. Cigna: $2.7 billion
Net income increased to $2.7 billion from $2.6 billion year over year, a 4.3 percent increase. In the second quarter alone, net income totaled nearly $1.6 billion.

5.
Humana: $1.6 billion
Net income increased to $1.6 billion from $1.4 billion year over year, a 14.8 percent increase. In the second quarter alone, net income totaled $696 million.

6.
Centene: $677 million
Net income increased to $677 million from $164 million year over year, a 312.8 percent increase. In the second quarter alone, net losses totaled $172 million.


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