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Protecting working families for over 160 years

Year after year, we’re delivering access to customized care, in your community, to keep your labor fund healthy.

Our promise to you

We’ll build a long-term strategic plan that meets the needs of your members and their families, while containing costs. So they can reach their health ambitions, and you can maintain a strong labor fund.


We work with third-party administrators to offer deep discounts, clear reporting and comprehensive care management.


We employ over 1,300 people to work solely for labor, state and local government to satisfy members and ease plan administration.  


Get a full menu of coverage options, from medical to dental to retiree and beyond, from one leading national medical carrier.


Your members get access to local care that’s customized to their health needs, when and where they need it, right in their own communities.

Working together for easier administration

Working together for easier administration

Our joint claims administration program supports Taft-Hartley labor clients who self-administer their medical benefits or partner with a third-party administrator. You handle the key services members expect. And we’ll lend our managed care expertise in areas like:


  • Claims intake, pricing and editing
  • Network management and provider services
  • Provider payment and remittance
  • Care management and reporting

Engaged in good health

Our mix of plans, programs and tools help your members take charge of their whole self, from their plan, to their costs, to their health.

We’re helping them:

Plans to keep your labor fund strong

Plans to keep your labor fund strong

With our full menu of affordable plan designs, you don’t have to go anywhere else to protect your members’ health. Choose from:

  • Medical insurance plans like performance networks and network-only and option plan designs
  • Ancillary options for a total approach to wellness, like pharmacy, vision, dental and behavioral health
  • Voluntary coverage to help pay for unexpected accident, illness and hospital expenses that medical doesn’t cover
  • Retiree solutions, like Aetna® Medicare Advantage plans, supplemental retiree plans, pre-65 health plans and more

You can also choose from our health expense funds to promote better savings and engagement:

  • Health reimbursement arrangement (HRA)*
    You set the amount that your members can use to pay for covered health care costs.
  • Health savings account (HSA)**
    You — and/or your members — make tax-advantaged contributions to help them save for future expenses. 
  • Flexible spending account (FSA)
    Members can put part of their pre-taxed salary into this account to get reimbursed for eligible expenses.

Different jobs, unique solutions

Different jobs, unique solutions

Knowing what works starts with understanding who works. With Aetna® Industry Solutions for Labor Unions, you get convenient solutions personalized for specific labor industries, including:

  • Building trades, for carpenters, electricians, pipefitters and masons
  • Shipping & transportation, for long-haul truck drivers, cement truck operators and material handlers
  • First responders, for fire fighters, law enforcement and emergency medical technicians

These packages provide the tools to help members achieve personal well-being goals and help plan sponsors contain health care costs, improve productivity and reduce absenteeism.


To explore custom benefits for other industries, call your Aetna® rep.


Aetna Labor Solutions

Local, customized care for labor funds year after year.


Legal notices

*HRAs are currently not available to HMO members in Illinois and Small Group members in Florida.
**HSAs are currently not available to HMO members in California and Illinois.

Aetna is the brand name used for products and services provided by one or more of the Aetna group of companies, including Aetna Life Insurance Company and its affiliates (Aetna).

This material is for information only. Health information programs provide general health information and are not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a physician or other health care professional. Information is believed to be accurate as of the production date; however, it is subject to change.

Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations.

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