You get smart tools and programs with your Aetna pharmacy benefits and insurance plan. So you can make even smarter decisions about your care, costs and coverage.
You can get support for a chronic condition like asthma, with the help of the Aetna Specialty Health Care ManagementSM nurse team*. A nurse can counsel you on the specialty drugs* you need. Alert you to side effects. Even help you stay on track with treatment.
Or take advantage of our other programs to help fight diabetes, heart disease and migraines.
Learn how Aetna Specialty Pharmacy® can help you have a successful transplant, and get the medicine you need.
Your plan may have certain requirements before a drug is covered. It’s not meant to make it harder for you. It’s meant to make things safer for you. And to ensure you’re getting the most cost-effective treatment possible.
You can search any drug name to learn more about it. You’ll find what it’s used for, how you should take it and more. Or see if drugs you take may cause side effects when mixed with other drugs, vitamins … or even certain foods.
Have you heard of the Aetna Preferred drug list? It’s a list of generic and brand drugs that are considered safe and cost effective. You can find the list for your plan here.
And remember — you can manage your plan online anytime. Log in to your Aetna Navigator® website to search for pharmacies, drug costs, plan details and more.
Health benefits and health insurance plans are offered and/or underwritten by Aetna Health Inc. and/or Aetna Life Insurance Company (Aetna). In Florida, by Aetna Health Inc. and/or Aetna Life Insurance Company. In Maryland, by Aetna Health Inc., 151 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT 06156. Each insurer has sole financial responsibility for its own products.
Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations.
* Specialty medications through Aetna Specialty Pharmacy and the Specialty Pharmacy Network may not be available to California HMO members. Talk to your doctor about the appropriate way to get the specialty medication you need. Doctors may have agreed to dispense and administer these drugs to you themselves. Or they may write a prescription so that members can fill them at any participating retail or mail-order pharmacy.
**Aetna Rx Home Delivery refers to Aetna Rx Home Delivery, LLC, a subsidiary of Aetna Inc., which is a licensed pharmacy providing prescription services by mail.