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The top 10 executives at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama made more than $1 million each in 2013 and collectively have doubled their pay since 2011.
These raises come amid sweeping health insurance reforms dubbed Obamacare, that have left many frustrated by premium increases.
The million-dollar club is headed by president and CEO Terry D. Kellog whose total annual compensation was $4.84 million.
That includes a salary of $999,959, bonuses totaling $3,580,651 and other compensation of $257,227.
His total compensation in 2013 is a 95.5 percent raise since 2011 when his total compensation was $2.47 million.
On average, the top 10 executives, as listed on a report filed with the Alabama Department of Insurance, increased their total compensation 103 percent from 2011 to 2013.