In Hawaii, the healthcare industry’s biggest players are all owned by the state government.
The most expensive state, Hawaii’s average cost of medical care was $24,829 in 2016, according to data from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
But the state’s largest healthcare companies are also among the biggest private corporations in the US.
The biggest companies in the healthcare sector are owned by companies that employ hundreds of thousands of people and that earn billions of dollars annually.
In Hawaii the healthcare companies include: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii, Blue Shield Hawaii, CareFirst, Cigna, Health Net, Kaiser Permanente, Optum Health, Anthem, Anthem Blue Cross and UnitedHealthcare.
It is not the only healthcare industry that pays its doctors well.
In California, the biggest health insurance company in the state, Kaiser Health Care, earned $9.4bn in profits last year, according the California Health Care Foundation.
Other top healthcare companies in Hawaii include Aetas, American Express, Carefirst, Citi, CVS Caremark, HealthNet, Humana, UnitedHealthCare, WellPoint, Aetnam and WellPoint Blue Cross.
Some of these companies also have subsidiaries in other states.
But many are headquartered in Hawaii.
Some companies like Aeta and American Express are owned and run by Hawaiian families.
Others like Cignas and Humana are owned in Hawaii by American multinationals.
In the state of California, California’s largest health insurer, Covered California, was formed in 2014 by a group of family members who had all moved to California.
It has about 2.5 million members and more than 40,000 healthcare professionals.
The health insurance companies pay the employees on a sliding scale based on their pay, so if one member earns $20,000 a year, the other will be paid $16,000.
In a statement to the ABC, Cinco Health, the largest healthcare company in Hawaii, said the state is the “best place in the country” to work.
The company has about 1.5m employees in the Hawaii, California and Florida markets.
“We work closely with employers, including government agencies, to ensure we have a robust healthcare environment that is flexible and adaptable,” the statement said.
“These measures have helped Cincom and its employees to successfully navigate the transition to a new environment, while offering them access to healthcare benefits, such as health insurance, that is aligned with their personal circumstances.”
The company said it also offered its employees up to $5,000 in “qualified relocation payments” to move to Hawaii.
The statement added: “Employees will continue to have access to the best healthcare, while we work to ensure the health and safety of our members, employees, and the community is maintained.”
The Hawaii health industry’s reliance on foreign corporations The state’s healthcare system is run by the Department of Health, and healthcare is a key component of that.
The state is home to two of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in America, Pfizer and AstraZeneca, which have close ties to the US government and state governments.
They are based in Honolulu and other locations.
The Hawaiian healthcare system has been criticised for high costs and low quality care, but there are many issues with the system that don’t affect most people.
The healthcare industry is a multi-billion dollar industry.
It employs over 300,000 people.
But it has a lot of expenses.
Hawaii has a $2.8bn healthcare deficit, and a $3.3bn healthcare debt, according a report by the National Association of State Budget Officers (NSBOO).
The healthcare companies pay these costs out of state, in some cases, with taxpayer money.
The $3bn in healthcare debt has ballooned in the past year.
“When it comes to healthcare debt and spending, the state doesn’t really have a plan to help the industry,” Dr Anthony Kato, president of the Hawaii Association of Business and Industry, told the ABC.
“There is a big gap in our system where we have so many other expenses that are out there.”
Many healthcare providers are privately owned, and their operations are heavily dependent on the government for funding.
“The healthcare industry has always been dependent on government,” Dr Kato said.
The companies also get subsidies from the government to help cover the cost of healthcare.
That includes Medicaid, which covers a wide range of healthcare services, including maternity care, prescription drugs, emergency services, prescription and dental care and mental health care.
“It’s just not a viable business model,” Dr Ben White, president and CEO of the National Alliance of State Business Economies, told ABC News.
“If you’re looking at the healthcare debt problem, you don’t need the insurance or the subsidies to be successful.”
The problem is not unique to Hawaii’s healthcare sector.
It’s happening across the US and the world.
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