Anthem, Inc. is an Indiana-domiciled publicly traded company, that through its subsidiary companies, provides health care benefits to more than 11.8 million people. Anthem is the fourth largest publicly traded health benefits company in the United States and is the Blue Cross Blue Shield licensee for Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Colorado, Nevada, Maine, and Virginia, excluding the immediate suburbs of
Anthem's strategic objective is to be among the best and biggest in its industry with the size and scale to deliver the best product value with the best people. To achieve these goals, Anthem offers a broad selection of flexible and competitively priced products and seeks to establish leading market positions. Anthem's product portfolio includes a diversified mix of health benefits products, including HMO, POS, PPO, and traditional indemnity products. Anthem offers a broad range of administrative and managed care services and partially insured products for employer self-funded plans. In addition, Anthem's product portfolio includes specialty products, such as prescription management, group life, dental, behavioral health, and vision.
As of December 31, 2002, Anthem had assets of $12.3 billion and full year
2002 operating revenue was $13.0 billion.