Cigna Jobs in Phoenix, AZ

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11 days ago

Care Senior Associate - Arabic Speaking

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

Must be familiar with state and federal regulations, medical terminology and coding. Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology or… Cigna


11 days ago

Medical Assistant (NW Pod Float)

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

The Medical/Chiropractic Assistant (MA) is an integral member of the multi-disciplinary health care team who functions under the supervision of the… Cigna


11 days ago

LPN/Case Coordinator

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

The Population Health Management (PHM) Care Coordinator LPN is a member of a team of nursing professionals that supports patients and the practice in… Cigna


4 days ago

Disabity Vocational Case Manager (CRC)-North Phoenix, AZ

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

Implements and maintains cost effective rehabilitation program as a vocational expert providing consultation and counseling services. Handles more… Cigna


5 days ago

Medical Assistant

Cigna Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

The Medical/Chiropractic Assistant (MA) is an integral member of the multi-disciplinary health care team who functions under the supervision of the… Cigna


11 days ago

Account Manager

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

Overall account management responsibility for CIGNA HealthCare assigned customers including responsibility for persistency results, membership and… Cigna


11 days ago

Specialty Pharmacy Technician

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

• Maintains performance metrics regarding accuracy, and volume processing prescriptions. • Actively listens to team leaders throughout the day… Cigna


11 days ago

Provider Services Sr Analyst - Tempe

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

The Practice Liaison facilitates development and improvement of clinical care coordination services across participating providers. · Individual… Cigna


11 days ago

Customer Service Representative - Arabic Language Preferred

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

The Customer Service Representative (CSR) receives requests by mail, telephone, or in person regarding insurance claims/policies. Responds to… Cigna


11 days ago

Underwriting Senior Associate

Cigna Phoenix, AZ

The Core Medical Underwriting program includes a mixture self-study and instructor-led training, providing education on risk-assessment principles… Cigna


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    Former Employee - Full Time Employee in Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Full Time Employee in Phoenix, AZ

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    They have very nice buildings.

    Cons

    Management is rarely around to manage. Because of that the on site leadership is poor and treats people poorly unless you are favored for random reasons that are selective and not always based upon performance. As a rule, there is no feedback and poor communication. Advancement is by "last man standing" and not based upon ability to manage others effectively. It is also not what you know but who you know. Bullying by management is common and time off is nonexistent. As another person indicated, employees are treated like bugs. CIGNA is also using an overwhelming number of temporary workers to handle patient information and telephone inquiries instead of hiring direct employees and they have a recent history of outsourcing and layoffs. Health benefit coverage is some of the poorest health insurance coverage in the entire city as well as in the entire industry. They only offer HRA or HSA plans. I would recommend finding another company if for no other reason than the health insurance stinks and this is a health insurance company who could well afford to offer decent coverage to their employees. If you are married, make sure your spouse has a job with better coverage and take that. If you are single or a single parent, prepare to be poor if you have an illness that requires any significant amount of medical care. Time off is hard to get and the potential for advancement is nil. I started out excited and motivated ending up unchallenged and disillusioned.

    Advice to Management

    Hire managers who can manage. Treat your employees decent. Stop outsourcing to foreign countries. Give your people some decent health benefits and pay. Nix the greed. Take a look at the CEO on down.

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