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Getting the right preventive care services at the
right time can help you stay healthier by:
That’s why your Cigna plan covers designated
preventive care services. When you receive care
in-network, it generally is at a lower cost to you.
Depending on your plan, in-network preventive
care services may be covered at 100% – but be sure
to check your plan materials for details about your
specific medical plan.
To make sure you get the care you need – without
any unexpected out-of-pocket costs – it’s important
for you to understand the following:
Click here to view the various services and supplies considered as preventive care under your plan.
What is a preventive care service?
Preventive care services are provided when
you don’t have any symptoms and haven’t been
diagnosed with the health issue connected with the
preventive service. For example, a flu vaccination
is given to prevent the flu before you get it. Other
preventive care services like mammograms can help
detect an illness when there aren’t any symptoms.
Even if you’re in the best shape of your life, a serious
condition with no signs or symptoms may put your
health at risk. During a wellness exam, you and
your doctor will determine what tests and health
screenings are right for you based on your age,
gender, personal health history and current health.
If you have
additional questions about preventive care
services, talk to your doctor or call Cigna at the
toll-free number on the back of your ID card.
More information regarding preventive health services.
Cigna Wellness Screening Form
Submitting a Wellness Screening Form ensures you receive credit for your annual physical and labs. It also ensures that all your biometric data is available for program eligibility. Click the tile below to print your Wellness Screening Form today!