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Business Analysis Senior Specialist – new

Cigna New York, NY

• Facilitation and development of business and functional requirements for both portfolio and business funded projects. • Research and analysis of… Cigna


1 day ago

Agency Leader Manager – new

Cigna New York, NY +2 locations

& Accountabilities: • Achieve GWP and recruitment targets for the designated territory • Recruit Agency Leaders, and develop them through… Cigna


1 day ago

RN Clinical Consultant - NY/NJ – new

Cigna New York, NY

• Providing consultative support to sales for identified non-standard process requests including recommendation for Exception Review Committee (ERC… Cigna


1 day ago

Provider Contracting Sr Specialist - NJ/NY – new

Cigna Jersey City, NJ

include, but are not limited to: strategic positioning for contracting with providers and developing networks in outlying areas -Prepares, analyzes… Cigna


1 day ago

Client Engagement Manager - Regional Segment – new

Cigna Jersey City, NJ

Responsible for designing, implementing and promoting account level Health Improvement Strategies, and driving customer engagement in our health… Cigna


1 day ago

Sr Sales Representative - Regional Segment – new

Cigna Jersey City, NJ

Primarily focuses on seeking out new clients by developing and implementing sales strategies for targeted Regional Customer Segment accounts in… Cigna


1 day ago

Business Project Sr Specialist (Health Care Provider Experience and Service) Any – new

Cigna New York, NY

Projects can range in content including (but not limited to) scope and assess analysis, organizational realignment, compliance, total medical cost… Cigna


1 day ago

Assistant Regional Sales Manager, NY NY - Group Insurance – new

Cigna New York, NY

.� IC eligible Bachelor's degree is preferred, as is previous insurance… Cigna


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    CIGNA: Fame or Failure.......It is a Decision

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    Current Employee - New Business Sales Manager in New York, NY
    Current Employee - New Business Sales Manager in New York, NY

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    Pros

    CIGNA is a national company that can leverage it's financial strength and size. There is no penny pinching here. The CIGNA name and brand recognition is strong. In an industry where providers and insurance companies are at constant odds, CIGNA has one of the best reputations and relationships with providers. Although not always the most competitively priced, CIGNA presents a high level of value and a high level of customer service that has all but disappeared in this industry. Customer retention is very high and in some markets is more than double the competitions retention levels. Personal satisfaction comes in those victory stories you hear when a members life has been improved or even saved because somebody within CIGNA cared enough to do something. The company internally promotes caring.

    Cons

    CIGNA is a national company which is good and bad. Sometimes we are too big to get moving fast enough. CIGNA can interpret and read the market environment very well and then develop a product for the market conditions. CIGNA operates in a "hurry-up, wait and see" mode. They conceptualize the product, devise the product, perfect the product and then sit back and shelve the product. CIGNA would rather watch how United HealthCare and Aetna do with it before they market it. Far too conservative in their approach. This has hurt them in the past. As the market was embracing the CDHP movement, CIGNA developed the product for CDHP and then the the tools to accompany the CDHP. Then CIGNA sat on their hands; too timid to act (actuaial fear). Aetna and United HealthCare went out full speed ahead and took a huge chunk of CIGNA's National account business and then beat CIGNA to the punch in the Middle Market (many companies rarely switch carriers in the Middle Market in less than 8 years).
    Finally, the employee health benefits (an oxymoron) are horrible most particularly if you have children, a chronic illness or are expecting to undergo a major procedure. Although the monthly contribution has decreased a bit the out of pocket expenses are through the roof. Ancillary benefits (life, dental & 401K etc) are sufficient.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You must consider all markets; National, Middle and Small Employer. Make a decision and take action. There are too many chefs making the soup. Acccountability and action will get the job done. Don't re-invent the wheel, our competitors are succeeding in these markets, so there is no reason we can not do it better.

    Your greatest resource is your people...don't forget it.
    If you do not act you will be forced to react.

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