LIFE JUST GOT EASIER WITH CIGNA 90 NOW.*
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:
- The convenience of filling the medication you take every day in a 90-day supply
- The choice of filling your prescriptions at a local retail pharmacy or through Cigna Home Delivery Pharmacy℠
More convenience and choice
Make life easier and get started today. If you’re thinking about switching to a 90-day prescription, call your doctor’s office to talk about your options. Click on the "Make the switch today" section below to learn more. If you already have a 90-day prescription and need to switch to an in-network pharmacy, you have thousands of pharmacies to choose from.
- 90-day (or 3-month) prescriptions are available at over 29,000 retail pharmacies, including major chains*
- 30-day prescriptions are available at over 68,000 retail pharmacies*
Prefer to have your medications delivered to your door? Cigna Home Delivery Pharmacy may be right for you.** We'll deliver your maintenance medication right to your doorstep. And standard shipping is always free. Learn more.
*Plans vary, so some plans may not include Cigna 90 Now or Cigna Home Delivery Pharmacy. Please check your plan materials for more information on what pharmacies are covered under your plan.
Make the switch today
Do you want to learn more about switching to a 90-day prescription? Or do you currently have a 90-day prescription and need to switch to an in-network, 90-day pharmacy?
Have a question?
Call the number on the back of your Cigna ID card; we’re here 24/7. You can also chat with us online at myCigna.com, M–F, 9 am-8 pm, Eastern Time.
* Participating pharmacies only available for Cigna 90 Now network, pharmacy exclusions and limitations may apply with other plans. Cigna 90 Now Network as of May 2017. Subject to change.
** Plans vary, so some plans may not include Cigna Home Delivery Pharmacy. Please check your plan materials for more information on what pharmacies are covered under 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.