Seventeen payers were included in Forbes' sixth annual ranking of the nation's top employers making meaningful progress on diversity, equity and inclusion across industries.
The survey results were released April 25 in partnership with Statista and included responses from 45,000 U.S. employees across 1,000 companies. Participant responses were recorded anonymously. Employers' internal diversity practices, such as committees and policies, were also ranked in addition to hiring factors.
17 payers that made this year's list in order of highest ranked:
Humana — ranked 6th
BCBS Tennessee — ranked 33rd
UnitedHealth Group — ranked 55th
BCBS Michigan — ranked 76th
Health Care Service Corp. (BCBS) — ranked 90th
Cigna — ranked 106th
Florida Blue — ranked 109th
Excellus BCBS — ranked 135th
BCBS North Carolina — 163rd
Centene — ranked 182nd
Highmark Health — ranked 202nd
Elevance Health — ranked 236th
Oscar Health — ranked 263rd
Tufts Health Plan — ranked 313th
Medical Mutual of Ohio — ranked 395th
BCBS Massachusetts — ranked 489th
Wellmark BCBS — ranked 493rd
Editor's note: Becker's listed payers that derive a majority or large portion of their business from health insurance products. Some insurers not included offer supplemental health products. The full list is available here.