Stephen Hemsley made $181,000 per day last year denying health care.

Remember Insurance Companies have a limited amount of overhead/profit they can claim, so this shows just how lucrative the industry is.

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley made more than $66 million in 2014 - StarTribune.com

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley made more than $66 million in 2014 - StarTribune.com

41 UnitedHealth Group Country: United States Industry: Managed Health Care CEO: Stephen Hemsley Market Cap: $127.5 B Maiores Empresas Públicas do mundo - Forbes

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How a huge insurance company screwed up on Obamacare

UnitedHealth Group CEO Stephen Hemsley said Tuesday the health insurance and services conglomerate will pull out of most of its Affordable Care Act marketplaces. But the company won't bail on the exchanges completely and will sell individual plans in a “handful” of states.

Third-quarter profit shot up at UnitedHealth Group, just as the health insurance and services conglomerate is set to drastically reduce its presence in the Affordable Care Act's individual marketplaces.

David Wichmann to replace Stephen Hemsley as UnitedHealth CEO | FierceHealthcare

David Wichmann to replace Stephen Hemsley as UnitedHealth CEO

It's not about wealth distribution, it's about right-action and the sane thing to do....assist in health rights for everyone, not the monied few!

If you couldn't keep your plan or the price increased because the plan would have been subpar (think mortgage-backed securities), it because of Stephen Hemsley, CEO UnitedHealth and the other business leaders like him. THEY ALWAYS HAVE GIMMICK.

With an increase in cost to ObamaCare premium in 2016, there are still 9 days left of Open Enrollment to shop for the best insurance plans.

UnitedHealth CEO regrets entering ObamaCare “It was for us a bad decision,” said UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley.

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley to step down

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley to step down

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UnitedHealth Chief Executive Officer Stephen Hemsley takes part in a panel discussion titled ''Getting From Care to Cure'' at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

UnitedHealth to buy pharmacy benefit firm Catamaran for $12.8 billion

UnitedHealth Chief Executive Officer Stephen Hemsley takes part in a panel discussion titled ''Getting From Care to Cure'' at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California May REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley said Tuesday that he regrets leading his company into the Obamacare marketplace, saying that the decision will lead to more than a half billion dollars in losses to the company.  "It was for us a bad decision," Hemsley said at an investor meeting in...

UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley said Tuesday that he regrets leading his company into the Obamacare marketplace, saying that the decision will lead to more than a half billion dollars in losses to the company. "It was for us a bad decision," Hemsley said at an investor meeting in...

Citing serious financial problems, the largest insurer in America will remain in only a handful of Obamacare markets next year. UnitedHealth's CEO said in an investor call Tuesday morning that the Obamacare market has continued to show high risk. Next year we will only remain in a handful of states, UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley said. UnitedHealth lost $425 million last year due to Obamacare. The insurer already said it would pull out of Michigan, Georgia and Arkansas next year. It had…

Contents: UnitedHealth warns of end to its Obamacare business; New York Times: Obamacare's high deductibles make insurance all but useless

OBAMACARE BUYERS REMORSE: “It was for us a bad decision,” UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley said at an investor’s meeting in New York, according to Bloomberg Business. UnitedHealth, the country’s largest insurer, announced last month that it would no longer advertise its ObamaCare plans over the next year and may pull out completely in 2016 http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/after-losing-millions-unitedhealthcare-ceo-greatly-regrets-decision-to-support-obamacare/

The CEO of UnitedHealthCare on Tuesday said he regretted the decision to enter the ObamaCare marketplace last year, which the company says has resulted in millions of dollars in losses

Stephen Hemsley of United Health, the nations highest paid CEO, announced they will drop Medicare coverage because they don't make enough government money, despite reporting $2.1 billion in profits last quarter. via US Uncut

Greed at its height ! Stephen Hemsley of United Health, the nations highest paid CEO, announced they will drop Medicare coverage because they don't make enough government money, despite reporting billion in profits last quarter. via US Uncut

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