Cigna lowering cost of insulin under new patient assistance plan

Hartford

Bloomfield-based Cigna is trying to make it more affordable for families to buy insulin.  

The health insurer is lowering the cost of the lifesaving drug under a new patient assistance plan. 

It would cap out-of-pocket payments at $25 for a 30-day supply. 

On average, Cigna said patients paid nearly $42 a month for insulin in 2018.

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