UnitedHealth Owes Strong 2019 Results to UHC, Optum Units

UnitedHealth Group beat analysts’ earnings-per-share estimate for 2019’s fourth quarter, driven by strong performance in both its UnitedHealthcare and Optum segments.

For the full 2019 calendar year, earnings from operations grew $2.3 billion or 13.5% year over year to $19.7 billion, the company said. Full year adjusted net earnings per share of $15.11 grew 17% year over year, while fourth quarter adjusted net earnings per share of $3.90 grew 19% year over year, UnitedHealth reported.

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