As we discussed, ABA is not covered under the
plan for any indication because it is considered experimental, investigational or unproven.
Same day as the rejection, the US Government decided that ABA is NOT experimental and is medical:
Autism Speaks hailed today’s announcement by the federal government, the nation’s largest employer, that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the most widely used behavioral intervention used to treat autism, is a “medical” therapy that qualifies for health insurance coverage, rather than an “educational” service.
So I'm going to talk to Cigna about changing their view, since the Government disagrees with them!
Autism Votes: http://www.autismvotes.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=frKNI3PCImE&b=3930723&ct=11775907