Cigna in the News
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REUTERS SUMMIT-Cigna says signed up 75,000-100,000 for Obamacare
Cigna enrolled between 75,000 and 100,000 people in Obamacare health plans during the first three months of enrollment, CEO David Cordani said at the Reuters Health Summit. Of those, he said, about two-thirds signed up through the law's public exchanges. The rest signed up directly with Cigna.
April 1, 2014
Forging payer-provider partnerships
In order for transparency to work, the collaborators have to understand each other, said John Wray, senior vice president of network contracting and delivery system collaboration at Cigna's New York City office.
Healthcare Finance News
March 27, 2014
Cigna narrows philanthropic giving strategy
Cigna changes direction of philanthropic giving by choosing to focus its large grants primarily on health-related initiatives that can demonstrate meaningful impact and can be replicated in other parts of the U.S. and the world.
February 24, 2014
Insurance Executives Stay Course with Health Law
Cigna CEO David Cordani, speaking to a standing-room-only crowd, at the J.P Morgan Healthcare Conference articulated Cigna's view. "We're still in the early innings," he said. "The first couple of years will be choppy, and we're learning whether it can find its legs." Insurance executives told thousands of investors that the law is fixable and could even be a major growth opportunity.
Jan. 16, 2014
Samsung Gets FDA Clearance for S Health App
Samsung is continuing to enhance its S Health app, which helps users track and measure health and wellness activities. In August, the company added gamified avatar characters to the Korean version of the app. In October, Cigna and Samsung announced a multi-year partnership to enhance the app with content from Cigna.
January 2, 2014
Consumers Beware: Not All Health Plans Cover Doc Visits Before Deductible Is Met
Consumers who buy a less expensive health plan on the health insurance exchanges may find that it won't pay for doctor visits until they meet an annual deductible, which could be thousands of dollars. Cigna offers consumers a range of choices, a spokesman said, including plans that allow in-network visits with primary care doctors before the deductible is met.
NBC News / Kaiser Health News
December 27, 2013
CBS New York
October 18, 2013
September 13, 2013
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