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Pennsylvania Aetna plans provide comprehensive healthcare coverage to Pa residents. As the leading trusted resource for single and family coverage in the Keystone State, we specialize in finding the policies that pay your claims at a price you can afford. Senior Medigap options are offered to persons that have reached age 65 and are eligible for Medicare. Supplement, Advantage, and Part D prescription drug plans are available.

As one of the nation's largest providers, they feature an extensive Network of doctors, hospitals and facilities. Their rates are typically very competitive throughout most of the state. In some areas, Coventry plans are offered where coverage is not available. Aetna withdrew from the private individual medical market in the Keystone State for 2018. Although Group, Senior, and ancillary products continue to be offered, Marketplace and off-Exchange plans are no longer available.

 

Aetna Senior Health Insurance In Pennsylvania

 

Medicare Supplement

Plans are offered through Continental Life Insurance Company (Brentwood, TN), who was acquired in 2011 with the purchase of Genworth Financial. Available plans are A, B, F. F (HD), G, and N. Listed below are current estimated monthly rates (preferred) for an applicant aged 65, 66, or 67.

 

Female In Zip Codes 150-154, and 156

Plan A - $102

Plan B - $110

Plan F - $142

Plan F (HD) - $57

Plan G - $122

Plan N - $100

 

Male In Zip Codes 150-154, and 156

Plan A - $117

Plan B - $126

Plan F - $163

Plan F (HD) - $65

Plan G - $140

Plan N - $115

 

Female In Zip Codes 189-194

Plan A - $114

Plan B - $123

Plan F - $151

Plan F (HD) - $63

Plan G - $136

Plan N - $111

 

Male In Zip Codes 189-194

Plan A - $131

Plan B - $141

Plan F - $182

Plan F (HD) - $73

Plan G - $156

Plan N - $128

 

Female In All Other Zip Codes

Plan A - $90

Plan B - $97

Plan F - $126

Plan F (HD) - $50

Plan G - $108

Plan N - $88

 

Male In All Other Zip Codes

Plan A - $104

Plan B - $112

Plan F - $144

Plan F (HD) - $58

Plan G - $124

Plan N - $101

 

 

How An HMO Works

Individuals who join an Aetna or Coventry HMO are classified as its members. Your primary care physician (PCP) is selected from a large Network list. Your physician will coordinate and supervise all of your medical care and you can change your choice at any time. There are no claim forms when you visit a network provider and no waiting period for routine physical exams or most preventive services. Internal medicine and pediatric services will also be provided, if needed.  It's essentially a "hassle-free" way to be treated.

NOTE: Treatment of prescriptions often changes (ie what is generic, what is non-generic etc...) and the Aetna Pharmacy Plan Drug List will help you stay updated regarding any changes. You can also contact us for an explanation.

Typically, you present your ID card and your physician or hospital will handle the paperwork. You then receive quality medical treatment at a reduced cost. This is because of the negotiation that is done on your behalf by the carrier. All Keystone State residents benefit by paying less, and the insurer and doctors are happy since they have more customers. If you travel outside of the area, depending on the policy, you can still be treated and receive the negotiated cost reduction.

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Leap Network

Aetna previously utilized the Leap Network in Pennsylvania. Generally, you could easily find a doctor, specialist, medical facility, treatment center, or hospital close to your work or home. Listed below are the seven provider networks and the counties of coverage:

Aetna Savings Plus - Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia.

Commonwealth Health - Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wayne, and Wyoming.

Lehigh Valley Health Network - Lehigh and Northampton.

Penn Highlands Healthcare - Clearfield, Elk, and Jefferson.

Pinnacle Health - Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry.

Uniontown Hospital - Fayette.

Aetna - Adams, Bradford, Cameron, Clinton, Franklin, Lycoming, McKean, Mercer, Monroe, Potter, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Vernando, Warren, and York.

 

Impact Of The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

With the creation of the "Marketplace" concept of buying subsidized coverage, many companies (including Aetna) no longer offer plans in all parts of the US. Also, it is possible that availability of policies may be different, depending where you live. And of course, federal subsidies can potentially reduce your premiums, if your household income meets Federal Poverty Level guidelines. NOTE: The Pa Health Insurance Exchange offers single, family and small business coverage. You can view all available options directly through our website and enroll in 10 minutes.

Previous private plans were available and eligible for financial assistance to help reduce premiums. However, Aetna, like many carriers, does not currently offer individual (non-Group) coverage in the Keystone State. It is expected that by 2019, single and family coverage may return if individual states are given more control over offered plans and policy benefits.

We have listed below the previously-offered Pa Aetna HMO plans with a brief description. Dental and vision benefits are typically available as riders or stand-alone policies. These policies were purchased on or "off-Exchange" and federal subsidies applied.

 

Aetna  Pa HMO Plans

 

Bronze Tier

$15 Copay Savings Plus - $15 primary care physician copay. Specialist visits subject to the deductible ($5,000). $20 generic drug copay.

Deductible Only HSA Eligible -  $6,300 deductible but can be used as an HSA. The investment  account is optional.

$20 Copay -  Similar to previous plan with $20 pcp copay and $15 generic drug copay. Deductible is also higher ($5,750).

 

Silver Tier (Eligible for cost-sharing)

$10 Copay -  $3,750 deductible with $10 and $60 copays on office visits.

$5 Copay $2500 Savings Plus - $2,500 deductible with $5 and $50 copay on office visits. Popular with household with multiple children.

$10 Copay -  $3,750 deductible with $10 and $75 office visit copays.

$5 Copay -  $2,750 deductible with $5 and $75 copays on office visits. This plan is the most expensive HMO in the Silver tier.

 

Gold Tier

$0 Copay Savings Plus -  Low $1,250 deductible with $0 and $40 office visit copays. Both generic and brand drugs not subject to deductible.

$5 Copay - $1,400 deductible with $5 and $40 office visit copays. Brand drugs have a copay and deductible to meet.

 

Popular Non-HMO Plans

Bronze Deductible Only HSA Eligible OAMC POS - Identical to Deductible Only HMO option.

Bronze Deductible $20 Copay OAMC-POS -  Identical to $20 Copay HMO option.

Silver $10 Copay OAMC-POS - Identical to second $10 Copay (Silver-tier).


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