Forbes October 1, 2022
Bruce Japsen

Health insurance companies that are big players in Medicare Advantage, including Humana, Cigna, CVS Health’s Aetna unit, Elevance Health and UnitedHealth Group are launching popular plans in several new states and hundreds of new counties for 2023.

Aetna, which is in 1,875 counties and 46 states plus Washington, D.C. with 3.2 million Medicare Advantage enrollees today is expanding to 2,014 counties and 46 states plus Washington, D.C.

Meanwhile, the UnitedHealthcare health insurance unit of UnitedHealth Group, says its “total individual MA footprint will grow by 184 counties – from 2,629 counties in 2022 to 2,798 counties in 2023 – across 49 states and the District of Columbia.” Elevance Health, formerly Anthem, said its affiliated plans are available in 732 counties...

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