Purchased your own health plan?
If you have purchased, or are interested in purchasing your own health plan (not offered through your employer), these resources can help you to be more informed about your decision, as well as help identify medications that your plan commonly covers.
Use the Prescription Drug List Search Tool to view medications commonly covered by 2018 Cigna Individual and Family health plans.
To use the tool, choose your state, then enter a medication name or look for your medication name in the alphabetical list.
Pharmacy Resources for Individual and Family Plans
Have coverage through your employer?
If you receive coverage through your employer, these resources can help inform your decision about the plans your employer offers or help identify medications that your plan commonly covers.
Use the Prescription Drug List Search Tool to view medications commonly covered by 2018 Cigna health plans offered by employers.
To use the tool, choose your drug list name. Then, enter a medication name or look for your medication name in the alphabetical list.
Pharmacy Resources for Plans Offered by Employers
Cigna reserves the right to make changes to this drug list without notice. Your plan may cover additional medications; please refer to your enrollment materials for details. Cigna does not take responsibility for any medication decisions made by the doctor or pharmacist. Cigna may receive payments from manufacturers of certain preferred brand medications, and in limited instances, certain non-preferred brand medications, that may or may not be shared with your plan depending on its arrangement with Cigna. Depending upon plan design, market conditions, the extent to which manufacturer payments are shared with your plan and other factors as of the date of service, the preferred brand medication may or may not represent the lowest-cost brand medication within its class for you and/or your 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. 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 details of coverage, review your plan documents or contact a Cigna representative.
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