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Cigna 90 NowSM

Life just got easier.  

You have a lot going on. Taking your daily medication as prescribed and remembering to pick up your refill every month isn’t always easy. The Cigna 90 Now program can help because it offers you:

  • Convenience: You have the option to fill the medication you take every day in a 90-day (or 3-month) supply.1 You’ll make fewer trips to the pharmacy for refills. And you’re more likely to stay healthy–with a 90-day supply on-hand, you’re less likely to miss a dose.2
  • Choice: Use the pharmacy that’s most convenient for you–a retail pharmacy in your plan’s network that’s approved to fill 90-day supplies or home delivery.3

Choose from thousands of retail pharmacies in your plan’s network

You can fill your prescription at local pharmacies, grocery stores, retail chains, and wholesale warehouse stores–all places where you may already shop. Every pharmacy in your plan’s network can fill 30-day prescriptions, and a select number of pharmacies can fill 90-day prescriptions.

FIND A PHARMACY

Prefer the convenience of having your medications delivered to your door? Then our home delivery pharmacy may be right for you.3 They’ll ship your medication to you at no extra cost. And, they’ll send you reminders so you don’t miss a dose. To get started using home delivery, call 1 (800) 835-3784.

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What are maintenance medications?

These are medications you take every day to treat an ongoing health condition like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or asthma. Maintenance medications are not used to treat a short-term condition like an infection or pain caused by surgery or a broken bone.

Can any medication be filled in a 90-day supply?

No. For example, narcotic pain medications and most specialty medications (which are used to treat complex medical conditions) aren’t typically available in a 90-day supply.

Are there any benefits to filling a 90-day supply?

Yes. You’ll make fewer trips to the pharmacy for refills. And, you’re more likely to stay healthy because with a 90-day supply on-hand, you’re less likely to miss a dose.2

Will I save money by filling a 90-day supply?

It depends on your plan. Log in to the myCigna® app or website, or check your plan materials to learn more about how your plan covers 90-day fills.

Do I need my doctor’s approval to switch to a 90-day prescription?

Yes, you’ll need a new prescription for a 90-day supply.

Can I fill my 30-day prescriptions at the same pharmacy I get my 90-day supply from?

Yes. You can fill your 30-day prescriptions at the same retail pharmacy where you fill your 90-day prescriptions. Find an in-network pharmacy that can fill your 30-day and/or 90-day prescriptions.

My pharmacy isn’t approved to fill 90-day supplies. How do I switch pharmacies?

Once you find a pharmacy that’s approved to fill 90-day supplies, here are 3 ways you can move your 90-day prescription:

  1. Call your doctor’s office. Ask them to send your prescription electronically to your new pharmacy.
  2. If your prescription still has a refill available, ask the pharmacist at your current pharmacy to transfer your prescription to your new pharmacy for you.
  3. If you’d like to use home delivery to fill your medication, call 1 (800) 835-3784. A representative will contact your doctor’s office to help transfer your prescription.

If you don’t already have a prescription for 90-day supply, call your doctor’s office and ask them to send one electronically to your new pharmacy.

Can I choose to fill my maintenance medication in a 30-day supply instead of a 90-day supply?

Your plan may require you to fill maintenance medications in a 90-day supply to be covered. Log in to the myCigna app or website, or check your plan materials, to learn more about how your plan covers maintenance medications. If you still have questions, call us at the number on your Cigna ID card. We’re available anytime, 24/7. You can also chat with us online on myCigna.com, Monday -Friday, 9 am - 8 pm EST.

Questions?

We’re here for you 24/7. Call the number on your Cigna ID card or chat with us online on myCigna, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 8 pm, EST.

1 Some medications aren’t available in a 90-day supply and may only be packaged in lesser amounts. For example, 3 packages of oral contraceptives equal an 84-day supply. Even though it’s not a “90-day supply,” it’s still considered a 90-day prescription.

2 Internal Cigna analysis performed Jan. 2019, utilizing 2018 Cigna national book of business average medication adherence (customer adherent > 80% PDC), 90-day supply vs. those who received a 30-day supply taking antidiabetics, RAS antagonist, and statins.

3 Not all plans offer home delivery as a covered pharmacy option. Please log in to the myCigna app or website, or check your plan materials, to learn more about the pharmacies in your plan’s network.

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. If your plan provides coverage for certain prescription drugs with no cost-share, you may be required to use an in-network pharmacy to fill the prescription. If you use a pharmacy that does not participate in your plan’s network, your prescription may not be covered, or reimbursement may be limited by your plan’s copayment, coinsurance or deductible requirements. Refer to your plan documents for costs and complete details of your plan’s prescription drug coverage.