These 7 top payer CEOs collectively made $151M in 2019

Total compensation for seven CEOs of the largest commercial for-profit payers in the U.S. was about $151.3 million last year, according to proxy statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Here's what seven top payer CEOs made in 2019, including salary, stock awards and bonuses: 

1. CVS Health's (Aetna) Larry Merlo: $36.5 million 

2. Centene's Michael Neidorff: $26.4 million

3. Cigna's David Cordani: $19.3 million 

4. UnitedHealth Group's David Wichmann: $18.9 million

5. Molina Healthcare's Joseph Zubretsky: $18 million

6. Humana's Bruce Broussard: $16.7 million

7. Anthem's Gail Boudreaux: $15.5 million

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