Top 10 large-group vision carriers in the U.S.

Employee Benefit Adviser, in partnership with business intelligence data analytics firm miEdge, presents the top 10 dental carriers in the United States, ranked by 2017 premiums. Based on Form 5500 reporting data as of March 2017.

Premiums used to compile the listing for the following companies are based on Form 5500 Schedule A data submitted to the Department of Labor. As such, groups under 100 lives, government entities and church plans are not required to file. Any disclosure on Schedule C's are not contemplated in these numbers.

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Overview
Employee Benefit Adviser, in partnership with business intelligence data analytics firm miEdge, presents the top 10 dental carriers in the United States — ranked by 2017 premiums. Based on Form 5500 reporting data as of March 2017.

Premiums used to compile the listing for the following companies are based on Form 5500 Schedule A data submitted to the Department of Labor. As such, groups under 100 lives, government entities and church plans are not required to file. Any disclosure on Schedule C's are not contemplated in these numbers.
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10) Ameritas
2017 premium vision: $28,376,184
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9) Aetna
2017 premium vision: $38,671,483
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8) Anthem
2017 premium vision: $44,153,860
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7) CHUBB
2017 premium vision: $63,792,303
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6) HM Insurance Group
2017 premium vision: $77,023,052
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5) Guardian
2017 premium vision: $102,440,840
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4) Fidelity Security Life Insurance Company
2017 premium vision: $139,298,135
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3) United Healthcare
2017 premium vision: $143,910,128
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2) EyeMed
2017 premium vision: $438,830,600
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1) VSP
2017 premium vision: $1,560,946,962