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New analysis from CIGNA finds combining medical and pharmacy benefits from the same company promotes healthier habits. Research shows individuals who have a health plan with integrated benefits designed to work together are far more likely to obtain necessary care, take their medication appropriately, and get necessary lab tests associated with chronic conditions.

Individuals in health plans that combine medical and pharmacy benefits from the same company were 2.8 percent more likely to close gaps in their health care than those in plans where the pharmacy benefit is not integrated with the medical benefit or where pharmacy claims data is imported from another pharmacy benefit management company.

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