Atlantic Information Services Provides Free Health Business Data Section Online

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Recently updated, free selections of health business market data collected by Atlantic Information Services’s experienced researchers are posted on the website.

Atlantic Information Services (AIS) maintains an extensive, proprietary database of information and consistently publishes reliable and practical information to help health care professionals evaluate market trends and succeed in the health care market.

Free selections of market data collected by AIS’s experienced researchers are posted on the Health Business Data section of the website. This exclusive data was recently updated based on information in the new editions of AIS’s best-selling books AIS’s Directory of Health Plans and 2000-2011 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data, and industry-leading newsletter Health Plan Week.

The updated health business data on health plan business, Medicare Advantage and Part D, and pharmacy benefit management can be accessed for free by visiting

Enrollment Data

AIS’s Health Business Data section includes several tables and charts, including nine specifically on enrollment. The enrollment data was collected for AIS’s Directory of Health Plans by on-staff researchers who personally interview or survey a knowledgeable person at each health plan — including subsidiaries and parent companies — to get a clear picture of product offerings, contracts and markets. The free enrollment data includes:

  • Top 25 U.S. Health Plans, Ranked by Total Medical Enrollment
  • Percentage of Total Medical Enrollment by Risk Type
  • Top 10 Blue Cross Blue Shield Organizations by Total Medical Enrollment
  • Self-Insured vs. Fully Insured Medical Enrollment Breakdown for Top 10 Health Plans

See all the health plan charts at

Executive Compensation Figures

Additionally, the free data section includes a table published in the April 16, 2012, issue of Health Plan Week, with executive compensation figures for 11 health plan CEOs. With more than $9.3 million in non-equity incentive pay, Cigna Corp. CEO David Cordani had the highest total compensation package of any publicly traded health insurer CEO in 2011, and most other health plan CEOS also saw their compensation rise.

See the full table at

Pharmacy Benefit Management Surveys

AIS researchers also conduct quarterly surveys of pharmacy benefit management companies. Twelve years’ worth of data was analyzed and compiled in 2000-2011 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data and seven charts from this resource are excerpted at The data includes:

  • Top 10 Pharmacy Benefit Management Companies and Market Share by Membership, as of 2nd Quarter 2011
  • Average Percentage of PBM Drug Spend for 9 Top Therapeutic Categories, 2011 vs. 2000
  • Average Rx Copay Amounts by Tier, and Average Copay Differential, 2nd Quarter, 2000 vs. 2011

See all the Pharmacy Management Charts at

For more information and to access the health business data visit

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