Health & Financial Well-being: How Strong is the Link? Key insights into U.S. consumers' attitudes and actions.
Cigna's new survey of U.S. consumers reveals an inextricable link between health care costs and financial well-being.
Voluntary Consumer Survey
According to a new national survey from Cigna almost a third (29 percent) of U.S. workers said they would exhaust their resources in a month or less if they became sick or were unable to work.
20 Year Study
An analysis of 20 years of Cigna's short-term disability claims shows health trends identified by the analysis are important for employers to understand when structuring an integrated wellness and absence management program to improve workforce productivity.
Expatriate Trends Study 2013
A new survey of expatriates from Cigna and the National Foreign Trade Council finds good and bad news for employers whose workers are on assignment outside their home countries.
Women and Health Care in America
Millions of Americans face big decisions as they enroll in a health insurance plan. In many households, those decisions fall to women. Cigna conducted a nationwide survey to learn more about how women view health care.