Express Scripts and Cigna Services
The country’s largest pharmacy benefit management organization, St. Louis-based Express Scripts, has more than 26,000 employees and recently reported more than $100 billion in annual revenue. It was sold in 2018 to Cigna Services for $67 billion.
Tim Wentworth, one of the region’s most successful and influential businesspeople, has served as its leader since 2016. He previously held the titles of president & CEO for Express Scripts and is now the president of both Express Scripts and Cigna Services.
Express Scripts is a prescription benefit plan provider that makes the use of prescription drugs safer and more affordable for members. It handles millions of prescriptions each year through home delivery from the Express Scripts Pharmacy. Wentworth oversees the pharmacy benefit management business, home delivery pharmacy and subsidiaries.
Cigna is a global health service company with more than 95 million customers and 40,000 employees worldwide. It is serves customers 24/7 with an expansive network built to help them meet their health goals. Cigna’s primary mission is to improve the health, well-being and peace of mind for those it serves.
In his current role, Wentworth is responsible for strategy, growth and oversight. The companies champion better healthcare by aligning with plan sponsors, taking on tough challenges and delivering patient-centered care.
Prior to joining Express Scripts, Wentworth led the employer and key account organizations at Medco Health Solutions for nearly 14 years. In 2006, he was appointed president & CEO of Accredo specialty pharmacy, leading the rapid and successful integration of Accredo into the broader Medco organization.
Wentworth is a trustee for the University of Rochester (N.Y.), where he serves on the executive, health strategy and personnel committees. He is also a member of The Business Council, American Heart Association CEO Roundtable and Civic Progress.
Wentworth earned an associate’s degree in business administration & management from Monroe Community College (N.Y.) and bachelor’s degree in industrial & labor relations from Cornell University (N.Y.).