Cigna’s July 2019 Formulary Strategy

We make periodic formulary changes as part of ongoing efforts to provide affordable and quality pharmacy coverage. Our upcoming changes cover these key areas:

  • High cost, low value drug removals
  • Opioid use management
  • Helping to improve health for those with chronic heart failure
  • Promote generics when available
  • Diabetes – expanded coverage of therapeutic Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs)
  • Enhanced customer choice, coverage and cost – in categories such as anti-inflammatory

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