A year has passed since Covid-19 took the world into its grip. As the rest of the businesses and healthcare industry resurrect, Cigna leadership believes that delivering differentiated value for customers and clients, partnering and innovating is the move forward.
- Matt Manders, president of Cigna Government & Solutions believes that the company is able to grow its businesses, through the differentiated value of its solutions, services and capabilities and superior execution. Elaborating the company’s plan, Manders said, “Now, as we enter our next phase, we are intensifying our efforts to further improve affordability, pulling even more costs out of the system and proactively addressing future cost drivers,” Our intensified affordability approach targets the largest components of client health spend and differentiates across four dimensions: providing access to high-performing providers who deliver the highest quality care, by lowering the cost of drugs, by guiding customers to the most effective sites of care, and by removing fragmentation through end-to-end clinical solutions that bring together the highest quality, cost-effective providers and services.”
- Evernorth CEO Tim Wentworth said that the company is partnering across the healthcare ecosystem and relentlessly innovating to deliver even more value for our stakeholders. “We have a powerful track record of innovation – and that is a function of three key differentiated, tangible assets: capabilities, scale and distribution, and a culture of innovation,” said Wentworth. “Every day, teams of physicians and pharmacists, data and behavioral scientists, researchers, designers and developers come together to change health care from the inside out.”
- Cigna’s four joint ventures in China, India, Turkey and, most recently, Australia is a great example of how partnership allows us to enter new markets, with a combination of global knowledge and local insights and expertise, to deliver innovative solutions that drive more affordable, predictable and simple health care. “Partnership is in our DNA – and it is also at the heart of our strategy,” Wentworth continued. “We know that to deliver on our promise of affordability, simplicity and predictability we must be the undisputed partner of choice for anyone seeking to make health care better.”