Cigna reports its commercial members with integrated medical, pharmacy, and behavioral benefits had annual medical costs of averaging $207 less per covered life than members enrolled in non-integrated plans. For Cigna members with health improvement opportunities (such as weight management and smoking cessation), being enrolled in a plan with integrated benefits reduced annual medical costs by an average of $850 per person. Per-person savings were realized for members with more intensive health needs who were enrolled in a combined plan. Per-person savings attributable to the combined plan totaled $7,372 for members with conditions requiring a specialty . . .
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