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In its statement announcing the new policy, Cigna said its goal was to reduce opioid addiction among its members by 25 percent in the next three years. (Photo: AP)

In another step towards greater treatment of opioid addiction, Cigna announced last week that it would no longer require its members to seek prior authorization to get coverage for medication to treat opioid dependence.

Jack Craver


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