Executive Compensation

Executive Compensation Data for Presidents and/or CEOs of Blue Cross and Blue Shield Affiliates, 2021

See a full list of director compensation for Presidents and/or CEOs of Blue Cross and Blue Shield Affiliates at https://bit.ly/3GPOdyK, compiled by AIS Health.

N/A = Not Available.

Compensation data for Jared Short includes payments allocated to Regence insurance operations in Washington state, Oregon and Utah but not Idaho.

SOURCE/METHODOLOGY: All data is compiled from individual health insurance companies, state insurance department documents and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

Health plans selected based on commercial medical risk enrollment as of the beginning of 2022, per AIS’s Directory of Health Plans.

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Health Insurance Startup CEOs’ Sky-High Compensation Figures Are Deceiving

In AIS Health’s annual roundup of health insurer executive compensation data, four newly public startup insurers stand out because their CEOs’ total compensation in 2021 easily outstrips that of chief executives at major firms like UnitedHealth Group and Cigna Corp. However, experts tell AIS Health that the startups’ filings with federal regulators paint an unintentionally deceiving picture, as the CEOs of those not-yet-profitable firms are highly unlikely to collect hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of stock awards listed there.

“They’re never going to realize, in one year, that much compensation,” says Ari Gottlieb, a principal at A2 Strategy Group who has been closely tracking the performance of the four startup insurers that went public in 2021: Alignment Healthcare, Inc., Bright Health Group, Inc., Clover Health Investments Corp. and Oscar Health, Inc.

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Executive Compensation Data for Top Health Insurers, 2021

See a full list of director compensation for top health insurers at https://bit.ly/3gR963N, compiled by AIS Health.

N/A = Not Available.

Compensation data for Jared Short includes payments allocated to Regence insurance operations in Washington state, Oregon and Utah but not Idaho.

SOURCE/METHODOLOGY: All data is compiled from individual health insurance companies, state insurance department documents and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

Health plans selected based on commercial medical risk enrollment as of the beginning of 2022, per AIS’s Directory of Health Plans. All publicly traded companies are included except Aetna, which was acquired by CVS Health Corp. in 2018.

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