Readers will recall the two articles I posted recently about UnitedHealth’s attempt to scuttle Medicare for All, and how it nearly backfired on them, but took down payers and providers instead.
Well, this article today from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune should make even those not yet on board with MFA cringe. Now you know why they say MFA is not good. It would affect the Executive Chairman, and I suppose, the other executives’ obscene pay.
Sure, $65 million for him; lousy health care that is expensive, complex, dysfunctional for you just so that he can reap the benefits.
Anyway, here’s the article:
The executive chairman of Minnesota’s largest company saw most of the pay in the form of stock-based compensation from previous years.