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A team approach to health

Aetna Whole Health plans bring people, processes and technology together to deliver quality care for your clients and their eligible employees. Want to learn more? Request information or contact your Aetna® representative today.


Winning plans for employers and their employees

Winning plans for employers and their employees

An Aetna Whole Health plan is a win-win — for employees and for your clients’ bottom line.

The way we deliver care to our members is simple. Bring the right resources together — like people, processes and technology — with doctors right at the center. And make sure they have the tools they need to provide quality care.


Aetna Whole Health plan brochure (PDF)

A shared model for care

Our product-based accountable care organization (ACO) model keeps your clients and their goals front and center. We team up with doctor- and hospital-led delivery systems and align their incentives with your clients. 

Shared data for better results

We share data with providers, so they can identify at-risk members sooner. That way, providers can understand the real needs of an entire population, give the care members need and achieve the results we all want — better care at a lower price.

Tools to improve health for continued savings

We engage members with tools focused on improving their health and combine those tools with value-based reimbursement models. The goal is sustainable savings based on value to the member, not on the volume of services provided.

Success through satisfied, engaged members

Aetna Whole Health plans can help providers with in-depth data. We aim to create a 360-degree view of members’ medical records and unique needs. This can help doctors flag issues early and build personalized care plans for employees.

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