Cigna OAP In-Network

Plan Overview

The Cigna OAP In-Network plan offers one tier of coverage within a single plan design. As a participant, you are encouraged to choose a participating Primary Care Physician for the in-network physicians. No pre-selection of primary care physicians are required. This plan does not have any deductibles and includes a $3,000 (individual)/$6,000 (family) annual out-of-pocket maximum. As a participant, you can go directly to a network specialist without a Primary Care Physician referral. Except for emergency or out-of-area urgent care, benefits are not covered outside of the network. Wellness and preventive programs included.

Provider Network

The Cigna OAP In-Network medical plan has an enhanced network of physicians and other healthcare providers. Cigna OAP In-Network members may also receive services from the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale and Mayo Clinic Hospital, however, the doctors and hospitals will not be listed in the Cigna directories and additional charges may apply.

Cigna Prescription Program

Retail pharmacy

When visiting the pharmacy, provide them with your Cigna ID card. The pharmacy will need the information on your card to check eligibility and to update your records.

Mail order drug program

Please see below for the Mail Order Drug Request Form in the Links Section or at Cigna's website at www.cigna.comlinks to external site


Full-Time Employee Pays
Employee Only $168.00
Employee & Spouse/Partner $453.00
Employee & Children $381.00
Employee & Family $651.00
Retirees and COBRA Participants Monthly Premiums differ


Web Links

mycigna.comlinks to external site

Reference Documents


Produced by Human Resources:

This information represents a summary of benefits provided by the City of Scottsdale to benefited employees. Every effort has been made to report information accurately. All information, including the amount of any benefit and employee eligibility of benefits, is subject to and governed by the terms and conditions of the applicable policy or plan documents. In all cases where any of the information provided differs from the amount of benefit actually provided by the policy or plan, the terms of the legal documents will control.