San Francisco (November 17, 2022)—Better Health, a nationwide chronic condition support and medical supply provider, announced today that it is now in network for Medicare Advantage (MA) customers of Cigna, a global health service company. Cigna MA customers living with chronic conditions will now have access to Better Health’s services and medical supply offerings.

Better Health is offers comprehensive chronic condition care by bundling home delivery of medical supplies, insurance management, peer support and patient education. With this new agreement, more than 540,000 Cigna MA customers can make use of Better Health’s offerings, which includes the ability to receive peer coaching and purchase ostomy, urology, incontinence, wound care, and diabetes supplies.

"We are thrilled that Better Health is now available as an in-network provider for Cigna’s Medicare Advantage members,” said Better Health co-founder and CEO Naama Stauber Breckler. “Identifying the unique needs of people with chronic conditions who are dependent on medical supplies, we modernized the entire process of discovering, choosing, and receiving medical supplies and care. We educate, coach, and support our members while helping them save costs along the way. We share a passion for improving the lives of others and this collaboration will allow us to continue transforming health care for chronic conditions."

Cigna has been growing its MA network across its service territory to provide greater access to its customers. Cigna's agreement with Better Health will continue to drive improved health outcomes and greater customer satisfaction.

"Cigna continues to expand its Medicare Advantage network so we can build strong collaboration with providers who share our focus on delivering accessible, affordable, high-quality care," said Dr. J.B. Sobel, Chief Medical Officer of Cigna's Medicare business. "We are very pleased to add this relationship as an option to our customers who are living with chronic conditions.”

Better Health currently operates in 46 states, and its services are covered by insurance for more than 185 million lives across the country.