Cigna Reference Guide for Physicians, Hospitals, Ancillaries and Other Health Care ProfessionalsInside the guide
The Reference Guide contains Administrative Guidelines and Program Requirements for the programs, policies, rules, and procedures pertaining to Cigna’s insured or administered plans. We will give you advance notice of material changes to our Administrative Guidelines and Program Requirements.
Your Cigna Participating Provider Agreement and this Reference Guide describe many of the terms under which you agree to provide services to Cigna Plan Participants. Those terms include the reimbursement rates applicable to Covered Services provided to Participants. However, the actual benefits payable by a Payer for Covered Services provided to a Participant in all cases is determined by the terms of the Payer’s Benefit Plan.
The Reference Guide applies to all Cigna business including plans for Participants with “G” ID cards.Our commitment and mission
We are committed to working with hospitals, ancillary facilities, physicians and other providers to help ensure that our customers (also referred to as “Participants” in your Cigna Participating Provider Agreement) have access to quality services. Your cooperation and compliance with the procedures outlined in this guide are essential to our keeping this commitment.
As part of our mission, we strive to help the people we serve improve their health, well-being and sense of security. We measure our performance through annual provider surveys and we welcome your feedback. Working together, we believe we can attain optimal outcomes.Contact us
Please contact us if you have questions about the information in this guide, or our plans and programs. The terms of your agreement or applicable law supersede this guide if a conflict arises.Notes
Not all Administrative Guidelines and Program Requirements are outlined in this guide. Other Administrative Guidelines and Program Requirements or updates may be posted on the Cigna for Health Care Professionals website at CignaforHCP.com or communicated through notifications we deliver by mail, email, phone, fax, or in person.
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Note: The latest versions of these documents are available online. Notice of modifications will be provided in accordance with applicable law and your agreement with Cigna. Look for information about updates in Network News, your health care professional newsletter.