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Table 12 General data of the 10 largest private health institutions in Brazil (2020)

From: Brazilian private health system: history, scenarios, and trends

Operator Users IHH AH (2011–2020) Mergers and Acquisitions (18–20) Accident Rate IDSS (2019) [35]
Bradesco Health S.A. (1984) [36] 3,277,018 0.07 10% 1.0 76.45% 0.70
Notre Dame Intermédica S.A. (1968) [37] 3,241,622 0.07 51% 22.0 71.40% 0.94
Amil Assist. International Medical. (1978) [38] 2,893,453 0.06 10% 0 77.06% 0.91
Hapvida Medical Care. (1991) [39] 2,721,072 0.06 140% 19.0 66.50% 0.75
South America Health Insurance Company. (1895) [40] 1,858,761 0.04 45% 1.0 76.90% 0.76
Unimed National Central. (1998) [41] 1,808,907 0.04 55% 1.0 82.80% 0.93
Unimed - Belo Horizonte. (1971) [42] 1,297,348 0.03 34% 0 68.89% 0.94
San Francisco Health Systems. (2019) [43] 770,029 0.02 425% 1.0 0.86
Unimed-Rio Medical Cooperative. (1972) [44] 736,615 0.02 − 5% 1.0 72.00%
Caixa de Assist. dos Funcionários (1944) [45] 634,214 0.01 − 9% 0 77.50%