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Cigna Corporation and its subsidiaries make up one of the largest publicly owned employee benefits organizations in the United States. Its subsidiaries are major providers of employee benefits offered through the workplace, including health care products and services; group life, accident and disability insurance products.
More than 47 million people are covered with Cigna plans around the world. Medical membership was over 12.4 million at the end of 2010.
Cigna has operations in 15 countries with 176 offices in the U.S.
CIGNA HealthCare operates 12 service centers that together processed approximately 119 million medical claims in 2010.
The company also operates mail-order pharmacy.
For 2010, total revenues at CIGNA were $21.2 billion and net income was $1.349 billion.
In 1792, after a series of meetings in Philadelphia's Independence Hall, a group of prominent citizens forms the Insurance Company of North America (INA). INA is the first marine insurance company in the United States, and it will remain the nation's oldest stockholder-owned insurer. In 1865, The Governor of Connecticut signs a special act of the General Assembly incorporating the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company (CG).
In 1981, CG and INA announce the intent to combine Connecticut General Corporation and INA Corporation. In 1982, CIGNA was chosen as the name of the new company utilizing the initials of its predecessors.
Cigna offers benefits, most of which are available on the first day of work.
- Medical, dental, disability, life and
Updated March 28, 2011