How can you take the surprise out of health care costs?
It's simple. Make sure you know what you pay
and what your health plan pays.
Watch the helpful video
You'll learn about your out-of-pocket costs.
(Hint: Do copays, deductibles and coinsurance
sound familiar?) And when you pay them.
To watch it, log in to your secure member website at www.aetna.com. Go to the Coverage & Benefits section. Then select the video, "Learn the basics about your plan" under the Medical category.
Get the care you need for less – use our online tools
Our helpful video also introduces you to three key member tools that help you plan ahead and save. Once you get to know them, you'll use them all the time.These tools are also available on your Aetna Mobile app.
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many health plans now cover most preventive screenings at 100 percent.
If you're not sure which screenings are right for you, check out the handy tool on the right. Just plug in your age and gender. It will show you which screenings you need.
*Discount programs are not insurance. They provide access to discounted prices only. The member is responsible for the full cost of the discounted services. Aetna may receive a percentage of the fee you pay to the discount vendor. This information is believed to be accurate as of this newsletter production date; however, it is subject to change.
Shifting to digital means:
Click the laptop above to sign into your
Aetna secure member site.
Get discounts on gym memberships and fitness products
Our fitness discounts through GlobalFit® can help you save. Choose from thousands of gyms in their nationwide network.
Member ID cards are going digital.*
Beginning January 1, 2016, you can get your ID cards online. Your digital card is exactly the same as your physical card. You'll also get a plastic card.
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Knowledge is power
If you're already on the road to good health, then happy trails to you. If you're not so sure or need a little help getting there, then take this fun, short quiz. It can help arm you with information to keep you – and your loved ones – healthy.
How to get your digital card:
We're here to help!
Just call the Member Services number on the back of your regular card.
* Note: If you have a Medicare or Coventry plan, this change does not apply to you.
HSA stands for Health Savings Account and FSA stands for Flexible Spending Account. You need to be enrolled in a qualified health plan to contribute to an HSA.
Save on weight loss programs and meal plans
Need help meeting your weight-loss goals this year? With our discounts, you can save on some popular programs.
On this page, you will find some helpful tips and information from Aetna on how to take better care of your health.
This information is general, not specific to your plan.
If you want information about your specific health plan, please visit the Aetna secure member website.
In most cases, you may have to visit a doctor in the network to get the services fully covered. That means they're part of a group of providers with whom we've contracted to get the best rates.
Start saving today!
To get these and other discounts* just log in to the secure member website at www.aetna.com. Choose "Health Programs." Then select "See the discounts."