At a glance
The answer to whether your doctor will accept your Aetna Medicare Advantage (also called Medicare Part C) plan depends on the specific plan you’re enrolled in and whether your doctor is in your plan’s network.
Aetna networks include close to 1.5 million health care professionals, including thousands of primary care doctors, specialists and hospitals.2
11 percent of all Medicare Advantage enrollees are enrolled in an Aetna Medicare plan. This accounts for over 3.1 million Medicare Advantage plan beneficiaries.1
If you’re enrolled in an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan, you’re likely a member of an Aetna Medicare Advantage HMO plan or Medicare Advantage PPO plan.
Each type of plan has different network rules. No matter which Aetna Medicare Advantage plan you choose, be sure to ask your doctor or health care provider if they accept the terms of your plan before seeking care.
Each year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) release Star Ratings that measure the performance of Medicare Advantage plans.3
For 2022, Aetna Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) plans earned an overall weighted average rating of 4.29 out of 5 stars. The majority of Aetna Medicare plan members are enrolled in plans with a rating of 4.5 stars or higher.4
You can speak with a licensed insurance agent to find out what Aetna Medicare Advantage plans are offered in your area and to learn more about whether your health care provider is in that plan’s network.
Speak with a licensed insurance agent by calling TTY users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Every 60 seconds, we help someone enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan.2
Or call a licensed insurance agent1-877-890-1409
TTY 711, 24/7
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