Global health service company Cigna (NYSE: CI) has appointed Gina Papush as Global Chief Data and Analytics Officer. In this newly created role, Papush will be responsible for leading Cigna’s enterprise data and analytics team and further enhancing its vision and strategy to advance Cigna's growth agenda. She will be based in Bloomfield, Conn. and report directly to Chris Hocevar, Cigna's President of Strategy, Segments and Solutions.
“As our industry evolves, embedding insights and analytics across the enterprise will enhance Cigna’s ability to more rapidly deliver simplified, affordable, personalized and integrated experiences for our customers and clients,” said Hocevar. “Gina will be an invaluable thought partner to the executive leadership team – enabling Cigna to better leverage insights to guide decision-making, leapfrog innovation, more proactively address stakeholder needs and drive positive health outcomes in the future.”
Papush comes to Cigna with more than 22 years of experience in analytics strategy development and the use of data science to drive business value. Most recently, she served as the Global Chief Data and Analytics Officer at QBE Insurance Group where she oversaw data and analytics functions for the firm globally. Prior to QBE, Papush held senior leadership positions focused on enterprise data and analytics implementation at Citigroup, Fulcrum Analytics and GE Capital.
"I look forward to being part of the company, which is consistently recognized for creating innovative solutions tailored to client and customer needs, and harnessing the power of actionable insights to deliver even greater value to those stakeholders," said Papush.
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