Cigna is a global health service company with a mission to improve the health, well-being, and peace of mind of those it serves. These objectives have been on display as Cigna has been a leader in innovation throughout the coronavirus pandemic.  Vice President Sean Jolley is here with the details.

SEAN JOLLEY 

From the start of the pandemic, Cigna acted quickly to ensure our employees are safely working at home and our customers have access to the care they need. We’re providing critical financial support to community organizations and supporting employers with information and other resources. We’ve removed financial barriers for Covid-19 testing and care. We’ve expanded access to telehealth – for both medical and mental health – and we’ve introduced innovative digital tools for early detection and screening. And, we’re protecting our customers from “surprise” bills from out of network providers.

We activated a toll-free help line available to anyone, so they can talk to a clinician. And together with the New York Life Foundation, the Cigna Foundation has established the “Brave of Heart Fund” to help the families of healthcare workers who lost their lives fighting COVID-19.  In Utah, we’re focusing on food security for school children by funding the Granite Education Foundation Student Meals Packs and the Alpine School District Foundation “Principal’s Pantry.”

DEREK MILLER

These are only a few of the programs provided by Cigna. To learn more, go to Cigna.com.  To speak with a clinician, call 866-912-1687.

I’m Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, and this is Speaking on Business.