Cigna caps out-of-pocket insulin costs

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A new program through Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit management unit of Cigna, limits 30-day out-of-pocket insulin costs to $25 per patient. The price ceiling applies to deductibles, copays or coinsurance in non-governmental funded pharmacy plans. Cigna’s 30-day out-of-pocket insulin costs averaged $41.50 in 2018. (Cigna)

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