United Health Group “posted its best quarter” of 2023 when it reported financial results on Oct. 13, Jefferies analyst David Windley asserted in a research note. The diversified health care giant’s adjusted earnings per share for the quarter, $6.56, beat the Wall Street consensus estimate of $6.33, and its revenues of $92.4 billion beat the consensus estimate of $91.4 billion. UnitedHealth’s medical loss ratio, 82.3%, was also lower (better) than the consensus estimate of 82.8%. The insurer is the largest in the U.S., with 48,071,434 members.
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