Cigna agrees to lower drug costs for Florida HIV patients in Obamacare plans

November 7, 2014 7:08 PM

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TALLAHASSEE — One of the four Florida insurers accused of overcharging HIV and AIDS patients for their medications has agreed to take steps to reduce those costs, the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation announced Friday.

Cigna is the first of the four insurers to agree to change how it handles HIV medications. The insurer admitted to no wrong-doing in an agreement with state regulators but said it was making the changes partly to avoid litigation.

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