"The statutory health insurance is doing better than ever," quotes the Frankfurter Zeitung the AOK national chairman, Martin Litsch. The health insurance companies generated a plus of 3.1 billion euros last year. According to the FAZ report, the new surplus increases the reserves and reserves of the 110 statutory health insurance funds to 19 billion euros. Together with the reserves calculated by experts at nine billion euros in the state health fund, this results in a total reserve in the healthcare system of 28 billion euros. The highest surplus reported in the comparison of cash types, the general local health insurance (AOK) with 1.45 billion euros, the replacement funds came to 1.2 billion euros. The health insurance funds expanded their plus to 295 million euros, the miners to 102 million euros, and also the guilds could close in contrast to the previous year minus a surplus of 174 million euros. Germany's largest health insurance, the TK, according to "FAZ" recorded a profit of 561 million euros, the number two, the Barmer, comes to 213 million euros and the third largest box office, the DAK, to 263 million euros.