CIGNALinks program is expected to provide care in countries and regions where government regulations or tax implications may present barriers
CIGNA has expanded regional access to health care facilities in China and Macau, through its international CIGNALinks program.
According to the company, the expatriates covered by CIGNA International’s CIGNALinks program in Hong Kong, China, Macau and Taiwan, are likely to receive discounts when visiting United Family Hospitals in Beijing and Shanghai (including a selection of clinics in Macau).
CIGNA stated that, through the alliances with local health care companies, CIGNALinks program is expected to provide care in countries and regions where government regulations or tax implications may present barriers to care.
Annie Kung, relationship manager of CIGNALinks Hong Kong, said: “Specialists come from all over the world to practice at United Family Hospitals, which are known for their excellent staff that includes multilingual, expatriate doctors.”
CIGNALinks programs are currently available in the UK, Spain, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Macau, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait. CIGNA’s operating subsidiaries provide medical, dental, and vision care benefits, including group life, accident and disability insurance.