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Retiree medical benefits made easy

With an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan, our goal is to make the benefit journey easier by creating a clear, connected and convenient pathway to health. We believe that health care is deeply personal and isn’t just about numbers and benefits. The right solution helps people live the lives they want to live.

A personalized approach

A personalized approach

We understand that no two customers or retiree populations are the same. That’s why we’ll use a personalized approach to help make your benefit experience seamless and successful. And we’ll align our solutions so that they best achieve your stated benefit goals – both for you as an organization, and as they pertain to the exact dynamics of your retirees and their needs.

 

Support from a marketplace leader

Support from a marketplace leader

We’re a leader in Medicare Advantage, particularly in the Group Medicare Advantage space, and have an excellent track record implementnig groups of all sorts. In fact, we:

 

  • Paid the first ever Medicare claim in 1966
  • Serve over 600 employer group Medicare Advantage plan sponsors
  • Support nearly 1 million group Medicare Advantage members
  • Work with employers from a wide array of industries including commercial, public sector and labor groups
     
 

High quality plans that deliver

High quality plans that deliver

Through decades of experience and an awareness of the changing needs and priorities of those looking for the right retiree benefits partner, we’ve built solutions that last and that have performed:

 

  • We’ve maintained a 4.0 Star rating or higher on our national PPO for the past five years
  • We have 80% of our Medicare Advantage members in 4 Star or higher plans and, for 2019, we improved or maintained results in 73% of Star measures 
  • We offer nationwide access to more than 750,000 providers and over 3,400 hospitals in our PPO network
  • We have a 96% satisfaction rating* based on feedback from our retiree members

*2018 Aetna member satisfaction survey

 

 

Providing you with innovative solutions

Providing you with innovative solutions

We've pioneered innovative solutions that help create financial savings for plan sponsors as well as personalized health solutions that support retirees. From highly personalized incentive programs to a new approach to managing financial risks and retiree health care liabilities, we’re focused on bringing creative strategies to benefit plan sponsors and members. We want to make sure you’re supported and have a truly differentiated experience. And we’re commited to helping your retirees achieve their best health, however they define it.

 

Sustain your benefits program, while reducing expenses and risks

Sustain your benefits program, while reducing expenses and risks

Plan sponsors are faced with the challenge of keeping their promise to provide affordable, comprehensive retiree health coverage, while protecting themselves against the costs, volatility and risks associated with providing that coverage.

 

Aetna and Prudential Retirement® are working together to offer solutions that help employers address this challenge. This includes a Group Medicare Advantage plan from Aetna, and a retiree medical buy-in contract from Prudential. With this solution, you can:

 

  • Help ensure the long-term sustainability of your retiree benefits program
  • Reduce retiree benefits costs, without sacrificing quality or coverage
  • Eliminate or reduce FAS 106/GASB 45 liabilities

Contact John Ficaro at FicaroJ@aetna.com or David Brooker at Prudential Retirement to learn more about our combined solutions.

 

* This information is not an offer to enter into any agreement and issuance of any contract is subject to approval by the applicable state insurance regulator.

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