In this episode, Jeff Rook, Embarc Benefit Protection product lead, explains what the program is, why gene therapy is a growing area of concern for employers, and how this solution is delivered to help those who need it most.
In this episode, Margaux Currie, Clinical Pharmacy Product Director, introduces Cigna’s new Pharmacy Clinical Performance Guarantees (PGs) and how we are continuously working to drive value for our clients.
In our first episode, Matt Totterdale, President of Cigna Pharmacy Management talks with Kevin Buron, Vice President of Producer Business Development about his background, joining the Cigna team from Express Scripts, as well as what’s ahead for Cigna Integrated Pharmacy. Listen and get Matt’s take on leveraging the best of Cigna and Express Scripts without carving out and how Cigna's innovation is helping our clients and customers.
It’s a challenging time for American workers. Little seems to be simple or certain in 2020. But one thing that should never suffer is their health. Your clients trust us to help ensure their workers’ health care remains predictable and affordable - and that includes the cost of their medications. Learn how integrated Cigna benefits uses technology and clinical expertise to connect customers to lower cost drugs and health and behavioral counseling – in real time – to reduce total medical cost for all.
Our 4th annual Value of Integration Study once again reveals the power of connecting Cigna’s medical, pharmacy and behavioral health benefits. Cigna’s unique approach — looking at both the body and mind — truly connects all three benefits and creates a full picture of our customers allowing us to improve their health at every turn.
SaveOnSP leverages manufacturer assistance dollars to reduce the costs of certain specialty medications, which are often expensive. With SaveOnSP, the customer copay is adjusted to match the maximum monthly amount allowed by the manufacturer. This means the customer’s out-of-pocket is zero and employers pay less for specialty medications.
Health benefit plans vary, but in general to be eligible for coverage a drug must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), prescribed by a health care professional, purchased from a licensed pharmacy and medically necessary. Some plans require use an in-network pharmacy for prescriptions to be covered. Coverage is subject to any plan deductible, copayment and/or coinsurance requirements. Product availability may vary by location and plan type and is subject to change. All group health insurance policies and health benefit plans contain exclusions and limitations. For costs and complete details of prescription drug coverage, contact a Cigna representative.
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