U.S. employers ranked Cigna the highest and UnitedHealthcare the lowest for its efforts to drive value-based healthcare, according to a new survey from The Leapfrog Group.
For its survey, Leapfrog asked executives that administer and fund benefits for its workforce to rate their plan on responsiveness to employer priorities, transparency, payment reform and value strategy.
More than 170 employers, representing 4 million lives, responded to the survey. The respondents ranked commercial plans like Aetna, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare and several BlueCross BlueShield plans.
Here’s how the health plans stacked up on some of the key “agree or disagree” questions in the four categories. The percentage presented is based on how many employers responded “agree” or “strongly agree” to each statement…