Cigna Corp. is using artificial intelligence to predict whether patients might abuse and or overdose on prescription opioids as part of the company’s commitment to reducing the substance’s use among its consumers, said Mark Boxer, executive vice president and global chief information officer. Cigna’s proprietary algorithms are aided by the use of machine learning, a subfield of artificial intelligence that refers to the science of getting computers to act intelligently without being explicitly programmed. “If we’re doing work in the opioid space that’s unparalleled, we’ll be the preferred partner for the customer, client and the physician,” Dr. Boxer said.
Cigna Expands Financial Wellness Services to Help Customers Improve Overall Well-Being
Posted on Dec 10, 2018 (4 days ago)
Global health service company Cigna is expanding the My Secure Advantage (MSA) financial wellness program to group insurance customers effective January 1, 2019. The MSA program includes “money coaching,” identity theft protection and resolution services, and tools and resources for preparing wills and other important legal documents. Through the MSA program expansion, Cigna aims to help millions more individuals live more financially secure lives and improve their overall well-being.
CIGNA Corporation (CI): Are Hedge Funds Right About This Stock?
Posted on Dec 9, 2018 (5 days ago)
“Market volatility has picked up again over the past few weeks. Headlines highlight risks regarding interest rates, the Fed, China, house prices, auto sales, trade wars, and more. Uncertainty abounds. But doesn’t it always? I have no view on whether the recent volatility will continue for a while, or whether the market will be back […]
In an interview on CNBC, billionaire Leon Cooperman, a Wall Street legend and a founder of Omega Advisors, shared his perspective on the recent not so favorable market trends, one of them being a huge intraday drop of Dow Jones Industrial Average of almost 800 points. According to Cooperman, the problem lies in the management […]