1. Evaluate your current plan
Get a head start by confirming your employer's open enrollment period, marking your calendar and setting up reminders. Think about how well your current plan works for you. Look at its costs, convenience and coverage.
2. Pick a plan
Just log in to your benefits enrollment site to find all Aetna plans and programs available to you. Set aside time to review your options and compare them side by side.
3. Enroll in the Aetna plan right for you
Your new coverage starts on January 1, 2019. You'll automatically be disenrolled from your old plan when your new coverage begins.
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