The myCigna app gives you a new and improved way to easily access your important
health information. You must be a Cigna customer to use the secure myCigna
mobile app. Features available are based on the coverage you have with Cigna.
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Great overall but no iPad version?
I think the overall usability and feature set of this app is solid and actually excels in certain areas - namely in terms of simplicity and being intuitive to navigate. The only issue I have is that I’m using my iPad Pro and have to work with the iphone-sized user interface... certainly not an issue in terms of usability and I’m sure most wont even notice this. I do expect, however, a company as large and with as deep of pockets/resources to be at the forefront of said technology and form factors. I can look past such oversights with small, independent developers but Cigna? Judging by the number of apps you’ve got on the App Store, I can only assume you’ve got plenty of talented devs at your disposal. Ensure you’re delivering a best-in-class user experience for all form factors and I’ll gladly change my review accordingly. All minor griping aside, nice job on this one. Keep up the good work.
Pretty good but...
I really appreciate all the features and conveniences of this app. It enables me to track HSA transactions as well as all claims. I also like how it helps me keep track of deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses. However, one thing that I want to be able to do within the app that I can’t seem to do is go back to review info from the previous year. For example, we had a significant medical emergency in our household on Christmas day. While I am able to view claims as they are processed from that health event, even after the start of the new year, I can’t view the overall deductible/out-of-pocket expenses tracker for 2017. I now only have access to the new trackers for 2018. I would appreciate being able to still view that info from 2017, for a few months into the new year anyway.
Garbage, just like DenyTillYouDieCigna
This is just another layer in a policy of obstruction to make things as difficult as possible to get DenyTillYouDieCigna to pay for or do anything you pay dearly for them to allegedly do. The app is clunky and makes it near impossible to find anything medical service. You won’t be able to find a doctor much less a medical center or one of their many obstructionist locations. Just like DenyTillYouDieCigna, nothing works. Avoid this app and avoid anybody in bed with DenyTillYouDieCigna. You will end up paying for everything yourself, while still paying Cigna and having to fight for your life every grueling step of the way. This app does nothing to help and provides you no information that is helpful. DenyTillYouDieCigna is the poster child for *everything* that is wrong and broken in the American healthcare system. Avoid this app and any reason to try to use it and be greatly disappointed.
Love this app! My favorite part is that it makes it so easy to review recent claims: I can choose parameters for what I want to review. For example, I can choose to review only medical claims for me in the last 30 days. Or I can review only dental claims for my daughter within the last 90 days. I can further specify only paid claims, or those that were denied, being processed, being appealed, or have been adjusted, etc. I also love that I can "Live Chat" if I have a question. Three suggestions for improvement: 1. Make "Live Chat" available 24/7 (or see #2) 2. Allow me to send a message/ask a question to be answered by customer service via return message the next day. 3. Allow me to see status of requests for pre-certification/preauthorization. For example, after my doctor submits a request, I'd like to be able to see if it was received, if it's under review, whether or not the request was approved or denied, and the reason for that decision. Thank you Cigna!
Don’t Like Security Created Issues
OVERALL THE APP WORKS OK. But the log-in issues DRIVE. ME. NUTS. I’ll explain for anyone who may be interested I use encrypted passwords, coupled to a secure e-vault service. Therefore, I know, I DO NOT forget passwords. Yet some websites and apps, including CIGNA, seem unstable with regard to retaining their password databases. I always wonder if IT Personnel willy nilly clear out their password data, thinking wrongly (IMHO), that forcing users to chose new passwords adds a level of security. Even if dumping the database did add a level of security, not requesting that by done by users AT THEIR CONVENIENCE is just wrong. Not being able to login is usually highly disruptive. For those using encrypted passwords, the only time I feel vulnerable to letting a hacker in, is when I have to send a new encrypted password during reset.
The Cigna app is convenient to use and has detailed breakdown of the bill, including the total charge, how much insurance pay and how much I owe. It also has the deductible status which reminds of how much out-of-pocket do I need to spend before the copay starts. There are also other features which I don’t use very often. Overall I will recommend this app. If there is anything to improve, I’d suggest enhance the claim sorting function to include ‘what I owe’. After all this is my out-of-pocket expense. Also, it will be very helpful to have a summary table to include all the breakdowns instead of going into each one claim to see the breakdown. An exporting function via email will be desirable as well.
No Longer Works
The app no longer works on my phone. After I put in my user ID and password I receive a login error alert. They can’t process my request at this time to try again later and to contact customer support. I have tried again at different time and still getting the error. I spoke with customer service and they told me there is a problem with the app and they are currently working on getting it resolved. But they don’t have a estimated time when it will be resolved. I have been having an issue with the last couple of months already. When they app was working it was easy to you and I was able to keep track of all of my information. But now I have to login through the desktop to view my information. I hope they can get the issue resolve.
Good to be with Cigna
I have never been (more) satisfied with an insurance company. The coverage I’m getting and the service supplied has been the best and more than I’d expected. Plus, all the online tools and mobile apps available make working with the organization and then with the doctors easier, more effective, more accessible than ever before. Being able to track my claims, out-of-pocket and coverage areas through the mobile app make everything so much easier and allows me to have all my needs met right in my pocket.
Close but just not all there yet
Cigna is a pretty good insurance company and their app is held at about the same level. Pretty seamless but gets caught up in itself once every so often and trips up. My biggest reason for giving this app 4 stars (& writing this review) is because the In/Out-of-Network doctors is not current & hasn't been for months and months, if not years. Multiple times I've called doctors offices to get an appt only to be told that doctor hasn't worked there for a while or no answer at all. This is more with Cigna keeping their directory updated more than with the functionality of the app, though.
Worst company to deal with
I have called over 30 times in the past 4 months to add my daughter to my existing policy that I have had with CIGNA for many years. I spoke with several agents and supervisors and was always given assurances that she was added and notes were made to the file but nothing happens. They even at one point created a new policy with me, my spouse and daughter with a cost of 3 times what I was quoted. I called several times after that and I was assured that mistakes were done on their part and it will be fixed and all conversations were documented by supervisors and several call transfers. I still do not have my daughter added to the policy as of today. This is the worst worst customer experience I have ever had in my life dealing with a company that has a customer care services.
I recently used the Cigna Ap and took advantage of the virtual appointment via Skype. My primary care physician did not have any appointments available and I had poison ivy rapidly spreading. I was able to connect with a physician via phone and send pictures of my symptoms, and they were able to review and provide me with a prescription called directly into my pharmacy. Not only did I not have to wait to be seen, but I had the script in hand within an hour. I highly recommend Cigna and their services as this was tremendously helpful.
Love the convenience
I find this app to be one of the top 5 apps ever created. Almost everything I need to know about my insurance is right here. Love the convenience of looking up providers and tell my doctor what facility I want to use based on coverage, it has saved me thousand of dollars on procedures. One thing I would like to see added is physician credentials - for example where did they go to school and when, it is important to me because not all doctors are created equal and education matters a lot! Good job Cigna keep it up.
I like the app but I use strong logins so I would use the fingerprint option if it would work. Even though you select it it does not work. The copy and paste does not work. If I were to want security I would except strong passwords, copy your strong password to enter and except fingerprints as authentication. I maybe wrong but you are making difficult to use strong passwords and make it frustratingly easy to just give up and use the easy passwords used for the accounts that does not really have personal information and with no security exposure because you can return to app later and not consistently having to reset your password. Just my thoughts. Let’s see what’s your thought in the future with the performance of this app.
Doesn’t work on IPhone 11 Pro Max
Update since last time. App have started to work and do not see any issues so far. Thank you. Application did work on my previous IPhone 8 Plus with iOS 13 but doesn’t work at all on my new IPhone 11 Pro Max. With cloned data it didn’t want to run at all crashed immediately. After I re-installed it opens login page which doesn’t work and I couldn’t type my login. This application even spoil my keyboard on any other applications where I tried to type anything. It was much bigger and moved to he top of my phone’s screen.
Handy, but has issues
I like being able to search for providers so easily, but I’m not able to see what is available with my plan. I called Cigna and they said I should be able to see my co-pay with my plan on each provider, but it’s not there! Also, when I’m moving around the app and I go back to the main page, I’m not able to push any of the big buttons, just the buttons on the bottom row work. I close out and start again and it works the one time, then I go back to main page and the big buttons won’t push. If these issues were fixed, it would have a 5star from me.
No. myCigna does not seem very safe to us. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 124,637 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for myCigna Is 19.3/100.
No. myCigna does not seem legit based on our analysis. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 124,637 myCigna User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for myCigna Is 19.3/100.
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