A survey by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) finds health insurer Cigna’s health plans in healthy shape.
After voluntarily allowing accreditation lapse for the plans last year, Cigna submitted all 95 of its health plans to the NCQA for a single national survey. The accreditation evaluates how well a health plan manages its entire delivery system, including physicians, hospitals and other facilities, and administrative services.
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