Cigna Summary


Cigna is a health insurance and services company. It offers individual and employer plans, including insurance for employees living abroad, supplemental coverage, and short-travel business travel plans. The company also provides outpatient insurance, emergency evacuation, health and wellness, as well as vision and dental optional benefits. In addition, Cigna delivers pharmacy benefit management, home delivery and specialty pharmacy, and health management services.

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)73,700
Job Openings1,354
Website Visits (Mar 2021)15 m(+7%)
Revenue (FY, 2020)$160.4 B(+4%)
Share Price (May 2021)$261.2(+4%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

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Cigna Office Locations

Cigna has offices in Bloomfield, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore and in 81 other locations

Cigna Financials and Metrics

Cigna Revenue

Cigna's revenue was reported to be $160.4 b in FY, 2020


Revenue (Q1, 2021)$40.97 b
Gross profit (Q1, 2021)$13.74 b
Gross profit margin (Q1, 2021), %33.5%
Net income (Q1, 2021)$1.17 b
EBIT (Q1, 2021) $1.96 b
Market capitalization (07-May-2021)$90.73 b
Closing stock price(07-May-2021)$261.18
Cash (31-Mar-2021)$6.51 b
EV $116.2 b

Cigna's current market capitalization is $90.7 b.

USDFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Revenue41.6 b48.7 b153.6 b160.4 b
Revenue growth, %5%17%216%
Cost of goods sold27.9 b32.3 b128.5 b103.5 b
Gross profit13.8 b16.3 b25.1 b56.9 b
USDQ1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021
Revenue11.4 b11.5 b11.5 b37.9 b38.8 b38.6 b38.5 b26.6 b27.8 b41 b
Cost of goods sold7.3 b7.5 b7.4 b31.7 b32.5 b32.3 b32.5 b32.7 b27.2 b
Gross profit4 b4 b4.1 b6.3 b6.3 b6.3 b6 b(6.2 b)13.7 b
Gross profit Margin, %36%35%35%17%16%16%15%(23%)34%
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USDFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Cash3 b3.9 b4.6 b10.2 b
Accounts Receivable3.4 b10.5 b10.7 b12.2 b
Inventories228 m2.8 b2.7 b3.2 b
Current Assets9.3 b20.4 b29.8 b27.8 b
USDQ1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021
Cash2.8 b3.6 b24 b5 b3.6 b4.6 b4.5 b7.2 b5.3 b6.5 b
Accounts Receivable3.5 b3.4 b3.6 b10.9 b11.7 b11.7 b11.7 b12.7 b13.5 b13.6 b
Inventories2.4 b2.3 b2.2 b2.6 b2.7 b2.7 b2.9 b
Current Assets21.1 b20.7 b21.2 b30.9 b34.9 b34.6 b25.6 b
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USDFY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Net Income2.2 b2.6 b5.1 b8.5 b
Depreciation and Amortization566 m695 m3.7 b2.8 b
Accounts Receivable(233 m)705 m(713 m)(1.5 b)
Inventories(107 m)149 m(504 m)
USDQ1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021
Net Income917 m1.7 b2.5 b1.4 b2.8 b4.1 b1.2 b2.9 b4.3 b1.2 b
Depreciation and Amortization140 m276 m438 m897 m1.8 b2.7 b693 m1.4 b2.1 b715 m
Accounts Receivable(53 m)(5 m)(243 m)(396 m)(1.2 b)(1.2 b)(1.1 b)(2.1 b)(2.8 b)(1.4 b)
Inventories440 m524 m661 m96 m(50 m)5 m247 m
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Q1, 2021
EV/EBIT55.9 x
EV/CFO100.1 x
Financial Leverage3.2 x
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Revenue Breakdown

Cigna revenue breakdown by business segment: 23.2% from Integrated Medical, 69.9% from Health Services and 6.9% from Other

Cigna Operating Metrics

Cigna's Countries was reported to be 30 in FY, 2019.

FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019
Customers (Cigna Dental)14.22 m14.46 m15 m15.2 m15.8 m
Medical Claims Processed (US)160 m158 m158 m163 m168 m
Service Centers (US)1818161722
Hospitals Engaged390450500500

Cigna Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Express Scripts Holding CompanyMarch 08, 2018$67 b
BrighterDecember 14, 2017
Zurich Insurance Middle EastJuly 11, 2017
Alegis CareSeptember 04, 2013
Firstassist Insurance Services LtdSeptember 27, 2011
Cigna HealthSpringJanuary 01, 2011$3.8 b
ChoicelinxAugust 05, 2005
Accredo Health Group
Accredo Health, Incorporated
Allegiance Life & Health Insurance Company

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Cigna Online and Social Media Presence

Twitter followers

50.58 k Twitter followers

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Cigna has 50.58 k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.11% month over month and increased 0.51% quarter over quarter.

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Cigna News and Updates

May 07, 2021
Cigna stock gains, as profit and revenue rise above expectations
_3xOCqShares of Cigna Corp. gained 0.5% in premarket trading Friday, after the health services company reported first-quarter profit and revenue that rose above expectations, as total customer relationships grew 14% and pharmacy customers increased 28%. Net income was $1.16 billion, or $3.30 a share, compared with $1.18 billion, or $3.15 a share, in the year-ago period. Excluding nonrecurring items, adjusted earnings per share rose to $4.73 from $4.69, beating the FactSet consensus of $4.37. Revenue grew 6.5% to $40.97 billion, above the FactSet consensus of $40.21 billion. Customer relationships increased to 189.9 million from 167.0 million, as pharmacy customers rose to 101.0 million from 78.8 million. Cigna's stock has rallied 23.4% year to date through Thursday, while the S&P 500 has advanced 11.9%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.
May 07, 2021
Cigna Delivers Strong First Quarter 2021 Results, Raises 2021 Outlook
BLOOMFIELD, Conn., May 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Total revenues in the first quarter were $41.0 billion, and adjusted revenues1 were $41.0 billion Shareholders' net income for the first quarter was $1.2 billion, or $3.30 per share Adjusted income from operations2 for the first quarter was...
Apr 29, 2021
Big insurers like UnitedHealth, Humana, Cigna, and Anthem are moving beyond paying for care. A new report reveals just how much their DNA has changed.
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementThe lines are blurring between companies that provide healthcare and companies that pay for it. UnitedHealth Group, Humana, Cigna, and Anthem are best known for providing health-insurance coverage in the US. In the past, they've generated most of their revenue by selling insurance plans. Now these companies are increasingly making money by operating clinics and employing doctors to provide healthcare directly to patients. While they each have their own strategies, the companies are generally buying up or building out primary-care clinics, urgent-care centers, home-healthcare businesses, and other parts of the care-delivery space in a bid to capture a bigger piece of the $3.8 trillion healthcare industry and better control rising medical costs. They're also bulking up with pharmacy-benefit managers to tamp down spending on prescription drugs and better integrate medical and drug benefits. Meanwhile, the pharmacy and pharmacy benefit management giant CVS bought the health insurer Aetna and has begun setting up in-store clinics. Healthcare is fragmented and inefficient, and by bringing different pieces together, insurers aim to bolster their bottom lines while improving people's health, according to a new report by the credit-rating firm AM Best. The report details just how much the DNA of some healthcare companies has changed over the years. Health-insurance premiums made up 66% of Cigna's gross revenue in 2018, AM Best data showed. But last year, premiums accounted for just 23% of Cigna's revenue, thanks to its $67 billion acquisition of Express Scripts, a company that manages drug benefits. The analysis didn't include the fees Cigna gets for administering benefits for big employers. UnitedHealth got about 60% of its 2020 gross revenue from health-plan premiums, a figure that's dropped over the past decade. In 2019, premiums made up 63% of its revenue, and in 2011, they made up about 77%, according to the report. As for Anthem, the insurer made 80% of its revenue from insurance premiums last year, a big drop from 93% in 2019, AM Best said.  AM Best didn't include CVS Health in its analysis of revenue changes because insurance premiums aren't the company's main source of revenue. It didn't include Humana because the insurer has changed the way it's reported revenue over the years, making it hard for researchers to reconcile numbers. Here's how the biggest health-insurance companies are moving beyond just paying medical claims.   UnitedHealth is scooping up medical practices and building an army of doctors UnitedHealth is best known for its health-insurance arm, UnitedHealthcare, which brought in $200 billion in revenue last year. But its health-services company Optum is driving a lot of the healthcare giant's growth. Optum manages pharmacy benefits and provides care. Over the past 15 years, a business within Optum called OptumCare has amassed a collection of primary-care and specialty-care medical practices, urgent-care centers known as MedExpress, and surgery centers through Surgical Care Affiliates. OptumCare includes 1,600 medical clinics and employs or works closely with 56,000 doctors. It plans to add at least another 4,000 doctors by the end of this year. Optum also includes a pharmacy benefit management company called OptumRx. PBMs handle drug benefits for insurers and employers and negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs from pharmaceutical companies. UnitedHealth expanded its PBM operations in 2015 when it bought Catamaran, the fourth-largest PBM at the time. In January 2021, UnitedHealth's Optum business struck a deal to buy the technology company Change Healthcare for $13 billion to sell software and data-analytics services to customers. Optum reported revenue of $136.3 billion and operating earnings of $10 billion in 2020. UnitedHealth as a whole collected revenue of $257.1 billion and posted operating earnings of $22.4 billion. Humana is setting up clinics that focus on elderly people while investing in home healthcare Humana's business revolves around providing health plans to seniors through Medicare Advantage, a private alternative to the traditional government-run Medicare program that provides coverage to older people. Over the past few years, Humana's been busy building a network of primary-care clinics that cater specifically to seniors enrolled in Advantage plans. The goal is to integrate insurance with the delivery of healthcare to lower costs and improve patients' health outcomes, Humana CEO Bruce Broussard told Insider in January. Investing in primary-care clinics also helps Humana plans achieve better quality and patient-satisfaction scores, he said. Humana owned 171 primary-care clinics as of early March. It also had joint ventures or partnerships with 152 clinics operated by others and planned to open 50 to 60 more clinics with partners this year. The Louisville, Kentucky, insurer is also moving deeper into providing care in people's homes. It bought a 40% stake in the home-healthcare and hospice division of Kindred Healthcare in 2018 and said on April 27 that it's agreed to pick up the remaining stake. Kindred at Home employs about 43,000 clinicians. Humana has also pumped $100 million into Heal, a startup that sends doctors to people's homes, and invested in DispatchHealth, which provides home-based emergency care. The insurer is testing a model that integrates the services of Kindred, DispatchHealth and Heal, Broussard told Insider. AM Best didn't look at how much of Humana's gross revenue comes from health-plan premiums. According to Humana's most recent annual report, the company's healthcare-services segment that includes an in-house PBM, Kindred, and the primary-care clinics reported revenue of $28.4 billion in 2020. Humana's total revenue was $77.2 billion. Cigna's pharmacy business dominates, but it's moving quickly into providing care online Cigna specializes in administering health plans that companies offer to their workers, but it's made a big push in recent years to provide other types of services for other health plans, employers, and healthcare providers. In September 2020, Cigna named its health-services division "Evernorth," signaling a commitment to growing that part of its business. The cornerstone of Evernorth is the PBM Express Scripts, which Cigna bought in 2018 in a bid to better integrate medical and drug benefits. Evernorth is Cigna's biggest unit: It brought in $116.3 billion in revenue in 2020. Cigna's total revenue was $160.4 billion. Cigna is now exploring ways of providing care directly. The Evernorth business said in February that it's buying the telehealth company MDLive, a competitor to Teladoc that serves 60 million people. Cigna and MDLive are longtime partners. The deal, which Cigna expects to close in the second quarter of this year, allows it to tamp down costs as it directs more people to lower-cost virtual care for medical and behavioral-health issues. During the company's investor day in March, CEO David Cordani said MDLive has helped deliver average medical cost savings of $425 per patient visit compared with in-person care, according to a transcript from Sentieo. While Cigna's pushing deeper into virtual care, it doesn't want to own brick-and-mortar care delivery at scale, its executives have said. Anthem built its own pharmacy benefit manager in 2019 Anthem launched its own PBM called IngenioRx in 2019 to catch up to competitors like UnitedHealth that already had a big pharmacy operation. But the company is also slowly carving out a niche for itself in providing care for complex and chronic illnesses. Anthem owns clinics that serve seniors, thanks to its acquisition of CareMore Health back in 2011, when Anthem was known as WellPoint. More recently, it bought Aspire Health, a company that provides care at home for seriously ill patients, in 2018. And last year, it bought Beacon Health Options to give it a stronger foothold in the business of providing behavioral healthcare. Of the 45 million patients Beacon serves, 10 million are Anthem members. Last month, Anthem said it agreed to buy myNexus, a company that coordinates healthcare in people's homes for about 1.7 million Medicare Advantage members in 20 states. "We have ample opportunity to unlock our full potential by scaling best-in-class healthcare-services businesses to serve Anthem's members as well as other healthcare plans externally," CEO Gail Boudreaux said during Anthem's first-quarter earnings call on April 21. IngenioRx reported operating revenue of $21.9 billion in 2020, while the other healthcare services brought in $6.1 billion in revenue. Anthem's total operating revenue was $120.8 billion last year. CVS Health is rolling out in-store health clinics and virtual care CVS has long been a dominant PBM and pharmacy, but after combining with the health insurer Aetna in a nearly $70 billion deal in 2018, CVS embarked on a quest to set up 1,500 in-store clinics called Health Hubs. It's well on its way. CVS ended 2020 with more than 650 Health Hubs. These clinics are staffed with nurse practitioners and are meant to provide screenings and chronic care for illnesses like diabetes between regular doctor's appointments. CVS has been steering more Aetna members to those clinics for low-cost care. CVS has also signaled that it wants to provide more care outside of the brick-and-mortar pharmacies. In February, CEO Karen Lynch said patients in 33 states and Washington, DC, can now see a CVS nurse practitioner virtually. The company is also testing a virtual primary-care program with a large employer in which employees would see a doctor online for most needs. CVS wants to roll the program out broadly next year.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why some Coca-Cola bottles have a yellow cap
Apr 28, 2021
One of the nation's biggest insurers wants to make mental-health care available to more people. Here's how Cigna plans to tap Ginger's network of coaches to do it.
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementAmericans are demanding mental-health care after more than a year of anxiety and isolation, and insurance companies are starting to listen. Although mental-health startups have boomed during the pandemic, larger hospitals and insurance companies have been slower to adapt to the skyrocketing demand. That started to change Wednesday when health insurance giant Cigna, which has 14 million members, announced it was partnering with mental health startup Ginger to offer virtual mental-health care coverage. Ginger offers virtual mental-health care through its vast network of mental-health coaches, which are trained professionals just shy of the official therapist certification. Many coaches have completed a master's degree in psychology from top schools like Duke or Columbia, Ginger CEO Russ Glass told Insider. Patients can text their coach, who works with them to develop a treatment plan for experiences like anxiety and depression. If the patients start experiencing acute symptoms, which ticked up dramatically during the pandemic, they can also speak to a therapist or psychiatrist in addition to their coach. Ginger's model helps address the growing chasm between supply and demand in mental-health care. The pandemic pushed more people to consider therapy than ever, but the number of licensed therapists accepting new patients plummeted during the crisis. Patients waited, on average, between six and eight weeks to first meet with a new therapist, according to Glass. With coaches, patients can expect a response within 60 seconds, he said. That mismatch has created an entirely new market for lower tiers of care for patients that don't necessarily need to see a licensed therapist. "The way it works today, people don't get access to care until their illness is acute," Glass told Insider. "What Cigna has recognized is that if we can get people access to help earlier through behavioral health coaching, we can prevent them from getting serious." How it works Depending on their plan, Cigna's members will be able to download the Ginger app, which offers access to mental health coaches and therapists on demand, with just a copay or other small cost. Compared to traditional talk therapy, which is not typically covered by insurance or accepted by therapists, the costs will be minimal for patients, Cigna chief medical officer for behavioral health Dr. Doug Nemecek told Insider. The coaches are comparable to a gym coach, Glass explained. They meet with patients, develop a plan to achieve the patients' goals, and work together to apply tools and strategies to execute the plan. Glass compared therapists and psychiatrists to physical therapists or surgeons who might treat an athlete's knee injury due to the highly specialized nature of care and acuity of injury. "You go to a physical therapist to fix the knee problem before the coach can start working with you. In mental health, it's the same," Glass said. "You might go to a therapist to work on a few things before stepping down to the coach level." Glass maintained that roughly 80% of Ginger's members' needs are met through coaches instead of having to go to a higher tier of care with a therapist or psychiatrist. "What we see is this weird paradox where some people don't get enough care or any care, but a lot of people get far too much care," Glass said. "They go into therapy forever mode." Virtual mental health care is here to stay Cigna members were demanding virtual mental health coverage, Nemecek said. Although Cigna had been eyeing mental-health care and virtual care for years, it took the pandemic to accelerate that strategy. Although its partnership with Ginger its its latest foray into virtual mental health, Cigna has bet big on other parts of virtual care. Cigna's Evernorth division in February said it's buying virtual care company MDLive for an undisclosed amount. "It put a strain on the supply of supports that were available out there," Nemecek said of the rapid increase in mental-health care demand during the pandemic. "Virtual care and digital support allows us to expand that access and allows that access to be more immediate." The change is here to stay, Nemecek said. He predicted that the convenience of virtual care, combined with Ginger's coaching model, will sustain the public's interest in accessing mental-health care. "It's an opportunity for us as an industry to provide better and broader mental health support," Nemecek said.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How racism contributed to marijuana prohibition in the US
Apr 26, 2021
Cigna, Allstate And 3 Other Stock Buys With 5-Year Earnings Growth Above 10%
_3xOCqThese stocks pass the "Old Faithful" screen with these criteria: return on stockholders’ equity of at least 15%; sell for 15 times earnings or less, 2 times book value or less, 2 times revenue per share or less; 10% earnings growth over the past five years; have debt less than stockholders’ equity.
Apr 22, 2021
Cigna Joins Companies Offering Incentives to Vaccinated Workers
_3xOCqCigna Joins Companies Offering Incentives to Vaccinated Workers

Cigna Blogs

Apr 29, 2021
Cigna Declares Quarterly Dividend
Cigna Declares Quarterly Dividend
Apr 27, 2021
Cigna Partners with Wake Forest School of Medicine to Advance Equity and Equality
Cigna Partners with Wake Forest School of Medicine to Advance Equity and Equality
Apr 22, 2021
Molina Healthcare to Acquire Cigna’s Texas Medicaid Contracts
Molina Healthcare to Acquire Cigna’s Texas Medicaid Contracts
Apr 22, 2021
Cigna Corporation Announces Appearance at the 2021 BofA Securities Health Care Conference
Cigna Corporation Announces Appearance at the 2021 BofA Securities Health Care Conference
Apr 22, 2021
Cigna Introduces Broad Incentives to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccination
Cigna Introduces Broad Incentives to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccination
Apr 21, 2021
Cigna + Oscar Launches New Plans to Expand Affordable Coverage for Connecticut Small Businesses
Cigna + Oscar Launches New Plans to Expand Affordable Coverage for Connecticut Small Businesses

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When was Cigna founded?
Cigna was founded in 1981.
Who are Cigna key executives?
Cigna's key executives are David Cordani, Tim Wentworth and Brian Evanko.
How many employees does Cigna have?
Cigna has 73,700 employees.
What is Cigna revenue?
Latest Cigna annual revenue is $160.4 b.
What is Cigna revenue per employee?
Latest Cigna revenue per employee is $2.08 m.
Who are Cigna competitors?
Competitors of Cigna include UnitedHealth Group, Molina Healthcare and Anthem.
Where is Cigna headquarters?
Cigna headquarters is located at 900 Cottage Grove Rd, Bloomfield.
Where are Cigna offices?
Cigna has offices in Bloomfield, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore and 81 other locations
How many offices does Cigna have?
Cigna has 90 offices.

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