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Building a healthy culture

A healthy workplace is the ticket to a healthy workforce. Find wellness programs and resources that fit your well-being goals, and your employees’ unique needs.

Corporate wellness is a healthy choice

Promoting healthier behaviors by investing in employee wellness programs can really pay off. Healthy employees mean lower health care costs. And more productive workers.


In the U.S., 6 in 10 adults have a chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer.1 Many chronic conditions are linked to unhealthy behaviors. Employer-sponsored wellness programs, along with a supportive work environment, can help motivate employees to replace these behaviors with healthy ones.


Investing in your employees' health makes good business sense. Plus, your employees will appreciate your commitment to their health. And that's good for employee morale and loyalty.

Wellness programs to fit your needs and budget

Wellness programs to fit your needs and budget

Choosing the right employee wellness program for you is easy.  


The basic Core package is already included in all of our medical benefits and insurance plans. For a bigger impact, upgrade to our Enhanced or Premier program.


We're ready to team up with you on this wellness journey. Just contact your Aetna representative. Explore the programs now.

Meeting teachers where they are

Meeting teachers where they are

We know that health starts in our homes, workplaces, neighborhoods and communities. Aetna’s A+ for SchoolsSM and the School Employee Guidance Program (SEGP) are designed to help school districts address the whole health of educators, and are just two ways Aetna is supporting whole health for members.

Building well-being at work

Building well-being at work

Studies have shown than healthy employees are more engaged, productive and present at work. So building a culture of health and well-being in the workplace can help organizations save money by reducing health care costs.

1Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chronic Diseases in America. October 23, 2019.

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