UnitedHealth Group continues to build on its healthcare market power across the insurance, PBM, provider and health services segments, building its own integrated care verticals in select markets and leading in the Commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid segments. The second-largest U.S. managed care organization by covered lives, UnitedHealth is arguably the most influential health carrier in the country because of its leading position in all coverage segments and its growing position as an integrated healthcare provider. Through its Optum Rx PBM, UnitedHealth controls the pharmacy access for more than Ð million people in the US, including --- percent of those with Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage.


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