Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) to acquire The Cigna Group's Medicare Advantage, Cigna Supplemental Benefits, Medicare Part D, and CareAllies businesses for $3.7 billion.

Cigna plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, with the transaction expected to close in Q1 2025, pending regulatory approvals and closing conditions.

Cigna plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, enabling the company to boost investment and growth in its services platform and strengthen its health benefits commitment.

Cigna plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, which is expected to boost the Cigna Group's 2025 adjusted EPS1.

Cigna Group plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, aiming for consolidated adjusted income of $28 for 2024 and long-term earnings growth of 10-13%.

Cigna Group plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, aiming to align the sale proceeds with its capital deployment priorities.

Cigna plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, bolstering its growth strategy in the expanding Medicare marketplace and providing additional products, clinical programs, and geographic reach.

Cigna plans to sell Medicare-Businesses and CareAllies to HCSC, a move that could involve forward-looking statements under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.