Cigna drops mail-order requirement for HIV drugs in settlement

Health insurer Cigna Corp on Friday agreed to drop its requirement that patients with HIV/AIDS get some of their medications exclusively through its mail-order pharmacy, settling a consumer lawsuit. California-based advocacy group Consumer Watchdog, which announced the settlement on Friday, had sued Cigna in April in Florida federal court on behalf of a Fort Lauderdale man. When the settlement takes effect on Dec. 1, Cigna patients will be able to get their drugs at any in-network pharmacy.
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