If you become injured or ill and are hospitalized, your health insurance will pay a portion of your costs. But no plan pays for everything. Your share of the hospital bill, including coinsurance, copays and deductibles could be costly—let alone the extra out-of-pocket expenses that might occur.
Group Hospital Indemnity coverage pays cash benefits directly to you for planned and unplanned hospital stays, including hospitalization due to birth of a child, inpatient surgery, illness and injury. Lump sum benefits are paid for covered hospital admissions, daily stays and more. The money can be used any way you want or need. Pay out-of-pocket medical expenses, like deductibles and co-insurance, or use it to take care of day-to-day expenses, like car payments and utilities. The choice is yours. Plus this plan offers these advantages:
Answers about the plan, including eligibility, options, enrollment, customer service and more.
How do I file a claim?
Go to myaetnasupplemental.com and either “Log In” or “Register”, depending on if you’ve set up your account. Click the “Create a new claim” button and answer a few quick questions. You can even save your claim to finish later. You can also print/mail in form(s) to: Aetna Voluntary Plans, PO Box 14079, Lexington, KY 40512- 4079, or you can ask us to mail you a printed form.
If you require language assistance, please call Member Services at 1-800-607-3366 and an Aetna representative will connect you with an interpreter. If you’re deaf or hard of hearing, use your TTY and dial 711 for the Telecommunications Relay Service. Once connected, please enter or provide the Aetna telephone number you’re calling.
Si usted necesita asistencia lingüística, por favor llame al Servicios al Miembro a 1-800-607-3366, y un representante de Aetna le conectará con un intérprete. Si usted es sordo o tiene problemas de audición, use su TTY y marcar 711 para el Servicio de Retransmisión de Telecomunicaciones (TRS). Una vez conectado, por favor entrar o proporcionar el número de teléfono de Aetna que está llamando.
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What if my employment status changes?
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Will I have to take a medical exam to get this coverage?