New York (September 5, 2019) -- EmblemHealth, one of the nation’s largest non-profit health insurers, announced today that its CEO, Karen Ignagni, has been named to the Labor Power 100 list by City & State, the New York government and policy news media outlet. This is the second year that City & State has celebrated the labor community through recognition of the most influential players impacting organized labor policy in New York today. The honorees were celebrated at a special reception held yesterday at The Mezzanine, where the Labor Special Issue was debuted.
“As the proud daughter of two union members, it is an honor to be named to this list,” said Karen Ignagni, President and CEO of EmblemHealth. “Labor unions provide their members with peace of mind regarding some of the most pressing issues in our society today, from guaranteeing that workers receive fair wages to ensuring good quality healthcare and retirement benefits don't bankrupt a family. Our mission at EmblemHealth is to partner with labor leaders, employers and others in the community to make the promise of access to affordable healthcare a reality.”
To see the full list of City & State’s Labor Power 100, visit https://www.cityandstateny.com/articles/power-list/power-100/new-york-2019-labor-power-100.html
EmblemHealth is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health insurers, with 3.1 million members and an 80-year legacy of serving New York’s communities. The company offers a full range of commercial and government-sponsored health plans to employers, individuals and families, as well as convenient community resources. As a market leader in value-based care, EmblemHealth partners with top doctors and hospitals to deliver quality, affordable care. For more information, visit emblemhealth.com.