Brian Evanko is President of Cigna’s U.S. Government Business segment, which includes Medicare Advantage, Government Pharmacy, Medicaid, Individual and Family Plans (IFP) and Cigna Supplemental Benefits (CSB). Brian also leads CareAllies (CA), a provider services and population health solutions company dedicated to helping health care provider partners accelerate their transition to value-based care – as well as Cigna Medical Group (CMG), Cigna's primary care based multi-specialty medical group that has been providing care to customers throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area for nearly 50 years.
Brian is responsible for profitably growing each of these businesses, covering products such as Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Part D Pharmacy, Medicare Supplement, Individual Medical, Dental and a variety of other supplemental health products.
Previously, Evanko served as the President of Cigna’s U.S. Individual and Voluntary businesses. In this role, Brian led the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for Cigna's IFP business from 2013, and subsequently re-positioned the business due to evolving market conditions. Additionally, Brian led CSB to meaningful growth following Cigna's entrance into this market in 2012, resulting in more than doubling its customers and revenue in four years.
Prior to that, Evanko served as Business Financial Officer for Cigna's Global Individual Health, Life and Accident operations based in Hong Kong and Singapore from 2009 to 2013. Brian has also held various roles across Cigna's U.S. and International businesses in Hartford, Connecticut, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Brian joined Cigna in 1998. He earned a bachelor’s degree in actuarial science from Pennsylvania State University and holds the FSA (Fellow of the Society of Actuaries) and CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designations.
In June 2020, Brian was named to the National Board of Directors for Back on My Feet, a national organization operating in 13 major cities across the U.S. that combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources. He has also served on the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut Science Center since 2018. Finally, Brian has been instrumental in Cigna’s partnership with Achilles International, serving as a race guide for runners with disabilities, including Cigna’s sponsorship of the Walt Disney World and Marine Corps Marathons.