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Transcript: LILY MARTIN Miami Operations What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? BRANDON HARVATH Global Service Operations; The Americas Brandon Harvath What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? What would you be doing if you weren't working at Cigna? BRIAN has been with Cigna for 13 years, joining as a Financial Analysis Manager in 2001. In 2008, Brian transferred to CGHB where he spent two years as Financial Controller for the business. In 2010, Brian moved into Global Service Operatons as Manager of Client Services. In 2012, Brian rotated into his current role as Manager of Claim Operations. Prior to joining Cigna, Brian worked in a numer of Financial Management and Accounting positions in both the Health Insurance and Mutual Fund industries. Brian earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Finance & Accounting from Albright College and later earned his Masters of Business Administration from Widener University. Pravina Brahmbhatt SHELLEY leads our implementation and inspection functions for the Americas Service team. Shelley has more than 20 years in the health care industry. In 2000, she began her career with Cigna. Shelley joined Cigna Global Health Benefits in 2006 as a Client Manager in the Central Region. In her most recent role, Shelley maintained Cigna Global Health Benefits' largest, most complex clients, resolving concerns and strategizing product and service solutions. NANCY CANTU Contact Center Operations What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? NANCY has previous experience with Citi where she was their director of the North America Consumer Complaint group. With more than 20 years of call center and operations expertise, she led and developed customer concern strategies and insights to help position the company to predict and implement preventative solutions. Paul Rubin Brian has scaled Denali on three separate occasions and is the first and only person to process a claim at the summit. Shelley Wade BRANDON has been with Cigna for 4 years. Prior to joining Cigna, Brandon was with Independence Blue Cross serving as the Senior Director responsible for Operations Strategy and Support. He also spent 11 years with Bank of America serving in various finance and operations roles and has his BS in finance. PAUL has been with CGHB for 2.5 years leading the Eligibility/Billing teams in Wilmington and Visalia. He has 20+ years of experience in managing Accounts Receivable in various industries with increasing complexity. Paul has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA in Finance/Management from LaSalle University. SHELLEY WADE Pre-Sale & Implementation Nancy was the first person to route and successfully take a Boeing customer call from the moon. LILY has been with Cigna for over 9 years. Overseeing the claims team, communications team, and hospitalization team in the Miami office--which service the regions of Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada, and the USA. (For such customers as the United Nations and WorldBank.) Prior to joining Cigna, Lily worked for a number of international medical insurance companies, and has more than 15 years experience in the international healthcare administration field. BRIAN BRICK Claim Operations What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? Nancy Cantu PRAVINA leads our benefits and contracting team, as well as our team of Client Advocates. Pravina has held multiple roles within Cigna Global Health Benefits including positions in underwriting, client management, and most recently managing the North America clinical operations team. She is a graduate of Drexel and holds a degree in Finance. What would you be doing if you didn't work at Cigna? Lily Martin Brian Brick PRAVINA BRAHMBHATT Client Advocacy, Benefits & Contracts PAUL RUBIN Premium Billing & Eligibility


Transcript: What is Power Point 2007? PowerPoint is one of the simplest computer programs to learn. It is the number 1 program used worldwide for presentations. Getting Started in MS Powerpoint Start PowerPoint by either of two methods: Go to the Start menu. Choose Programs and then click on Microsoft PowerPoint. Double-click the icon of any PowerPoint document. When you double-click a PowerPoint document, PowerPoint opens with the document already loaded. Parts of MS Power Point Placeholder Click Insert on the Tab Menu Click Word Art and choose the desired format of the word art Activity Create a Power Point Presentation consisting of 5 slide about the beautiful places in the Philippines. Thank you for your attention MS Publisher Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 is the business publishing program that helps you create, design, and publish professional-looking marketing and communication materials. Steps in opening MS Publisher Click Start button and click Publisher. Double click from the desktop. A brochure is an effective means to provide information about your company's products and services. Microsoft Publisher's brochure feature allows you to design a customized brochure with text and graphics using similar commands as Word. Brochures are one of the major parts of a business promotion plan. For promoting services, products or ideas, brochures are a very effective marketing tool. Steps in creating a brochure Open the MS Publisher Click Brochure Choose from the list of designs/template Click create Start editing the template. Parts of brochure Name and Logo Slogan Brochure Cover Main Text Contact Information Activity Create a brochure about the business you want. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS

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Transcript: Marvin's Brochure Nasugbu's Best Nasugbu's Best Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines Nasugbu, officially the Municipality of Nasugbu (Filipino: Bayan ng Nasugbu), is a municipality in the province of Batangas in the Calabarzon (Region IV-A) of the Philippines. The population was 134,113 at the 2015 census. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 68,980 registered voters. Several bus services provide transportation to and from Nasugbu. Jeepneys from Tagaytay City also enter and leave the town at a scheduled time. Within the town, tricycles are the main mode of transport. Nasugbu is politically subdivided into 42 barangays,, all classified as rural except for Barangays 3, 5 and 11 in the poblacion. History History Caleruega church Mt. Batulao Fortune island Mt. Talamitan Kainan sa Dalampasigan Top 5 beautiful places in Nasugbu, Batangas,Phillipines Top 5 beautiful places in Nasugbu, Batangas,Phillipines Caleruega church Caleruega church Also known as the Transfiguration Chapel located at Batulao, Nasugbu, Batangas. This rustic church is standing perfectly in the midst of luscious greenery and colorful flowers abounding the place. Located at the highest point of Caleruega, the view and landscape of the church is the most photographed. Couples and ordinary sightseers alike will enjoy the beauty of the church. Also known as the Transfiguration Chapel located at Batulao, Nasugbu, Batang... Mt. Batulao Mt. Batulao It is an attractive mountain to climb on the grounds that its jump off point is near Metro Manila, and with close proximity from Tagaytay City. One has to enter through Evercrest Golf and Country Club and from the gate, climbers can ask for the proper directions. It is an attractive mountain to climb on the grounds that its jump off point is ne... Fortune island Fortune island Fortune Island is a resort island in Batangas province in the Philippines. The 27-hectare (67-acre) island lies about 14 kilometers (8.7 mi) off the coast of Nasugbu in Batangas. Fortune Island is once a private island owned by Laurentina Pestano. It was turned over to the government and the island was now owned by José Antonio Leviste, a former governor of Batangas. Leviste opened the Fortune Island Resort Club on the island in 1995. The beach resort was built along a 20-meter (66-foot) stretch of pristine white sand. Several rest houses facing the water. The resort features a salt water swimming pool, clubhouse, cabana, basketball court, helipad, desalinator for freshwater consumption, and a small serpentarium, a reptile zoo for snakes. The beach also has an acropolis with Grecian pillars and statues on the edge of the island overlooking the sea. There is also a museum dedicated to the San Diego, a Spanish warship that sank off the island. Fortune Island is a resort island in Batangas province in the Philippines. T... Mt. Talamitan Mt. Talamitan The same terrain of Mt. Batulao gives rise to its ‘younger sister’, Mt. Talamitam, on another side of Nasugbu, Batangas. Although it lacks the cool breezes and grand landscapes of Batulao, it is a surprisingly wondrous mountain on its own right, with verdant cogon grass during the rainy season, and a challenging, 60-degree trail before the peak.Talamitam is a mountain that had a more glorious past. It was named after the talamitam trees that used to grow on its slopes – a reminder of the time when Talamitam had lush vegetation and untarnished ecosystems. Today, it is a bald mountain, but efforts are underway to rehabilitate the peak with tree planting and other initiatives.The trail to Talamitam is easy, taking just 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete the trek up to the summit. However, it can be a very exhausting hike if the sun is up, because there is little tree cover. The same terrain of Mt. Batulao gives rise to its ‘younger sister’, Mt. Talamitam, ... Kainan sa Dalampasigan Kainan sa Dalampasigan Dalampasigan, a tagalog word which means “seashore” and it was something I was expecting to find when we arrived at Kainan sa Dalampasigan in Nasugbu, Batangas. There was no seashore nor a view of the sea but we weren’t disappointed. Instead, we found a gem of a restaurant, like a secret garden, breezy and exuding with Filipino hospitality and charm. Dalampasigan, a tagalog word which means “seashore” and it was something I w...

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Transcript: A Brief Overlook of Both Sides to the Argument E-Readers: Will They Replace Books? Summary Summary In this presentation, i will take a look at both facts and society's opinion to decide if paper books will be made obsolete, or if the love for hard copy books take over. This will cover how the paper industry impacs the environment, as well as how E-Readers are not good for your eyes. Other points include cost and public opinion. Note for Teacher Note for Teacher I am not familiar with Prezi, so i am hoping this assingment isn... I am not familiar with Prezi, so i am hoping this assingment isn't underwhelming. I do not know how to use anything within this website, so this minimalist template is what i chose. Please leave all the feedback you can. Thank you. Paper Paper Books have caused a lot of harm to the environment, because they require paper from our trees. The first question i had was: how bad is it? To start, the paper industry itself has contributed to over 4 billion trees being cut, averaging at 32 million a year in the USA alone. That is an estimated 2 billion books a year. Also, the industry has been growing, nearly 400% in the last 40 years. Test's show that if you don't read atleast 22 ebooks per single ereader, your environmental impact is actually greater than if you read the books printed. This is due to all the emission the ereader will produce. Luckily, though, the average ereader reads about 23ebooks per year, and gets replaced every 4 years. To end, the ereader is only helping the environment if each buyer plans on reading 2 books per month. Paper Cost Here i will be overlooking pricing and how E-Readers save you money. The average cost of an E-Reader is about $100, ranging from $50 all the way to $200. The cost of a book easily is averaged at $20. To buy a book digitally, it will cost you about half the price. If you are a passionate reader, your best bet is to go digital, because after you spend the initial $50-$200, you will be buying books at half price. In conclusion, buying an E-Reader will save you money. Cost Screen time Probably the most common issue with ebooks, people don't like the idea of having more screens in front of their eyes. Your typical doctor is going to tell you that screens don't effect your eyes. You will also hear that other things are causing your eye's fatigue, like the angle of your screen and the factor that you're hardly blinking while reading an ebook. Technically, reading from a printed book would be just as bad for your eyes as an e'reader would, due to the 10000+ movements your eye will make within an hour. Screen time Conclusion The fact that books are being printed over 20 million times annually (in the US alone) makes me consider my impact to the environment. Personally, i don't use an ereader, although i hardly read. This is because i already own existing technology, such as my Iphone and Ipad. I take note that most of my reading is from my laptop. Sadly, since i think very averagely, i can gaurantee atleast one 5th of the general public thought the same thing. To end, i think the ereader will replace all types of paper books. This is not set on my personal opinion, rather the facts i have read. Even though it takes alot of dedication, and time, people eventually are going to tap into the world of ebooks. Conclusion

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