Aetna’s health improvement programs are designed to work with your lifestyle and on your schedule. As an added bonus, the Healthy Lifestyle Coaching and Disease Management programs offer you the opportunity to earn points that will help you earn an incentive payment in the Well ‘Canes Incentive Program.
Aetna’s Beginning Right Maternity Program offers services and educational materials to help women from the time they begin planning their pregnancy to after their baby is born. Aetna members may enroll in the program by calling 1-800-272-3531. Educational materials are available on prenatal care, labor and delivery, newborn care and more. Once enrolled, members can expect a pregnancy risk survey to help determine whether a risk for certain complications exists, a preterm labor program to support high-risk women, and obstetrically trained nurse case managers as a resource for high-risk members throughout their pregnancy.
Aetna Healthy Lifestyle Coaching is a free program for Aetna members that allows you to work one-on-one with a highly trained wellness coach to improve the way you feel every day. Your wellness coach can help you lose weight, quit smoking or using tobacco, increase your physical activity, eat better, sleep better, manage stress, prevent disease and much more. Connect with a wellness coach by calling 1-866-213-0153.
Aetna Disease Management is a free program for Aetna members with ongoing chronic medical conditions. If you qualify to participate, you will work with a personal health coach to enhance your health and safety. You can learn how to manage your condition, lower your risk for new conditions, work better with your medical providers, take your medicine safely and find helpful online and community resources. Connect with a personal health coach by calling 1-866-269-4500.
When you call the Aetna Informed Health Line, you can talk directly to a registered nurse. Aetna’s nurses can discuss more than 5,000 health and wellness topics. Call 24 hours a day/7 days a week: 1-800-556-1555.
When facing the advanced stages of an illness, it’s comforting to know you can turn to people who care. The Aetna Compassionate Care program offers service and support when you’re facing difficult decisions about a serious illness. Visit www.aetnacompassionatecare.com to learn more.