Becker's Healthcare September 26, 2022
Laura Dyrda

UnitedHealth Group is moving forward with plans to merge healthcare data and analytics giant Change Healthcare with Optum after a judge cleared the path for the multibillion-dollar transaction Sept. 19.

The acquisition would give Optum, a company that had $155.6 billion in revenue last year, data from millions of healthcare transactions covering a broad swath of the U.S. population. Last year, Optum’s revenue grew 14 percent and it served 100 million people. Change also brings relationships with payers, providers and industry disruptors to the table.

Five things to know about Change.

1. Change Healthcare reported $920 million in total revenue for the 2022 fiscal year, which ended March 31. The company’s record solution revenue was up 6.8 percent to $859...

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