Cigna CEO David Cordani

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Cigna CEO Cordani: Time to shift focus away from 'sick' care to 'health' care

In order to drive down costs for consumers plagued with chronic diseases, it's imperative to provide them with access to both health insurance coverage and healthy behaviors.  The sentiments come from panelists at a forum sponsored in Houston, Texas last week  by  USA TODAY  and Cigna. The experts also stressed that given the aging population, the need for cost-control measurements is an an all-time high.

Anthem, Cigna make progress toward merger deal

Anthem and Cigna "seem to be making progress toward a deal" following the news of Aetna's planned acquisition of fellow health insurer Humana,  CNBC 's David Farber reports.

Top health insurance CEO pay exceeds $10 million in 2014

The CEOs of the Big Five for-profit health insurance companies all took home at least $10 million in 2014, according to each insurers' annual filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Q3 reports: Insurers' business, membership continues to increase

As another batch of insurers have released their third quarter earnings, most signs continue to indicate that business is growing for the industry as a whole.

Cigna reaps big success with joint venture in China

With roughly 1.3 billion people and a growing middle class, China is on the brink of a burgeoning healthcare market. And Cigna is making inroads to secure a large share of the business.

Aetna, Cigna offer free counseling after Boston Marathon bombings

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday that left three people dead and more than 100 people injured, two big insurers quickly reached out to the terrorized community to offer support and services.

Cigna's self-insured business offsets high flu costs

Cigna's earnings soared 49 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012, thanks to its acquisition of Medicare provider HealthSpring and a focus on its self-insured business.

Cigna profits fall despite revenue, membership growth

Cigna reported Thursday that its second quarter earnings fell 3 percent, but its revenue and membership continue to grow as a result of acquiring Medicare business HealthSpring last year.