Filling your maintenance medications just got easier.
Life is busy and you may not remember to pick up your refill each month. The Cigna 90 Now program can help make things easier by allowing you to get a 90-day supply of your medication through home delivery or select retail pharmacies – so you’re less likely to miss a dose.
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Convenient Pharmacy Options
Home Delivery with Express Scripts Pharmacy®
Express Scripts Pharmacy, our home delivery pharmacy, is a convenient option when you’re taking a medication on a regular basis.2 From your phone, tablet, or computer, you can easily:
Get Started Using Home Delivery
Simply follow one of these easy steps:
Visit my.cigna.com/choosehomedelivery and follow the instructions for how to move your prescription(s) from your retail pharmacy to home delivery.
Ask them to send your prescription for a 90-day (or 3-month) supply electronically to Express Scripts Home Delivery.
Express Scripts Pharmacy:
Call 1 (800) 835-3784 and they can contact your provider to get your prescription(s). Be sure to have your Cigna ID card, provider contact information, and medication name(s).
There are thousands of retail pharmacies in your plan’s network. They include 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.
Frequently Asked Questions
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.
No. For example, medications that are used to treat a short-term condition, narcotic pain medications, and most specialty medications (which are used to treat complex medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, hepatitis C, or rheumatoid arthritis) aren’t typically available in a 90-day supply.
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.3
It depends on your plan. Log in to myCigna or check your plan documents to learn more about how your plan covers 90-day fills.
Yes, you’ll need a new prescription for a 90-day supply.
Yes, and you can use our online directory to find a pharmacy that can fill both 30-day and 90-day prescriptions.
There are three easy ways you can move your 90-day prescription:
- Call your doctor’s office. Ask them to send your prescription for a 90-day (or 3-month) supply electronically to your new pharmacy.
- If your prescription still has a refill available, ask your new pharmacy to contact your current pharmacy to help transfer your prescription.
- If you’d like to use home delivery to fill your medication, call 1 (800) 835-3784. Someone from Express Scripts Pharmacy, Cigna’s home delivery pharmacy, will contact your provider to get a 90-day prescription with refills. Be sure to have your Cigna ID card, provider’s contact information, and medication name(s) when you call.
If you don’t already have a prescription for 90-day supply, call your provider and ask them to send one electronically to your new pharmacy.
Your plan may require you to fill maintenance medications in a 90-day supply to be covered. Log in to the myCigna or check your plan documents to learn more about how your plan covers maintenance medications.
We’re here for you 24/7. Call the number on your Cigna ID card or chat with us on myCigna, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 8 pm, ET.
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 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.
3 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.
4 Standard shipping costs are included as part of your prescription plan.
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.