Alan M. Muney previously served as Cigna’s Chief Medical Officer and Executive Vice President of Total Health and Network.
In his role as Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Muney was responsible for Cigna’s clinical strategy and policy, health advocacy programs, coverage policy, and quality measurement and improvement. As lead for Total Health and Network, Dr. Muney was responsible for the market medical and clinical nurse executives, total health physician operations, total health clinical operations, dental clinical operations, as well as medical, behavioral and dental contracting. Dr. Muney also oversaw Cigna’s team of doctors, dentists, nurses and behavioral health clinicians involved in the company’s health management and wellness programs.
Before joining Cigna, Dr. Muney was an Executive Director in the Private Equity Group at The Blackstone Group, and the CEO of Equity Healthcare, which he founded to manage the healthcare costs of Blackstone’s portfolio companies. While at Blackstone, he also served on the Board of Directors of Vanguard Health System and Team Health. Prior to Blackstone, Dr. Muney was the executive vice president and chief medical officer of Oxford Health Plans and chief medical officer of United Healthcare of the Northeast region from 1998-2007. Prior to that, he was senior vice president and chief medical officer for Avanti Health systems, a division of NYLCare health plans. He was also regional medical director for Mullikin Medical Centers, a large multi-specialty medical group in California. In these positions, Dr. Muney had responsibility for business development, utilization, quality and disease management programs, employer health benefit design strategies, and external relationships with health care professionals, regulators, and the media. He is a frequent lecturer on issues in managed health care.
Board-certified in pediatrics, Dr. Muney received his B.S. in Biology and his Doctor of Medicine degrees from Brown University, and a Master in Health Administration from the University of La Verne.