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Learn About Your Flu Shot Benefit

Flu shots are covered under Medicare Part B (medical) coverage. When you get a flu shot, show your ID card for medical coverage. Prescription drug plans (PDPs) don't cover flu shots. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months and older get the flu shot.

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Options to get your flu shot with our Medicare Advantage plans

 

1.  Schedule an appointment with your doctor

Visit your doctor before the flu season begins. Don't have a doctor?

 

Search online to find one in our network

 

2.   Get a flu shot out of network

You can also go to a flu shot provider that is not in our flu network. With this option, you need to:

 

  • Send a copy of your receipt to the claims address on your Aetna ID card
  • Include your member ID on the receipt

3.   Get your flu shot at a pharmacy

 

Find a pharmacy

 

 
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