The Aetna Compassionate Care Program is here to help you and your family through trying times.
The term “advance directives” means you explain what kind of medical treatment you want — or do not want — if you can't make your wishes known because of illness or an accident. You can explain what you want by telling someone or writing it down. There are two types: living wills and durable power of attorney.
Advance directives are accepted throughout the United States, however may not be recognized from one state to another. Below are links to external resources that can help you prepare an Advance Directive:
If you are an Aetna medical member and would like more information about the Aetna Compassionate Care program, please call the member services number on your ID card.
If you are a hospice vendor interested in participating in our network, you may apply online.