For more than a decade, Cigna has promoted the identification of health disparities and influenced the development of solutions that result in more equitable health among our customers, our workforce, and in the community.
Cigna has made a long-term committment to address the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) and health disparities that negatively affect our customers and communities.
Building cultural competency among health care providers is key to making diabetes management easier for Black patients.
Catch up on some of the actions Cigna has taken since the launch of our Building Equity and Equality Program and learn about new initiatives and partnerships that we’re proud to introduce in 2022.
New research from global consulting firm EY encourages companies both within and outside of the health care industry to consider health equity as a strategic imperative.
Imagine this: You’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19. After running additional tests, the doctor brings unexpected news. You also have Type 2 diabetes.
Learn more about the different ways Cigna is recruiting, retaining, and developing historically underrepresented talent and meet some of our external partners and internal employee resource groups that help us to achieve our diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.
Cigna is committed to help reduce health disparities for the South Asian population through cultural competency training for health care providers and community and employee outreach.
Evernorth Geographic Social Determinants Index (EGSDI) identifies opportunities for proactive patient and community engagement for individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.