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The Aetna Medicare Advantage plan for General status Trust members is even better for 2022.

To learn about the enhancements to the Aetna plan for General status Trust members, review the information on this page. We've updated your Aetna UBR Brochure and added other helpful information.

 

New Aetna Medicare ID cards for UAW Trust Aetna members

 

UAW Trust Aetna members are getting new Aetna Medicare ID cards for use starting January 1, 2022. The ID cards include a new Aetna member ID number. Recent changes to the system we use to administer our Aetna Medicare Advantage plans require these new member IDs. We sent a mailer informing Trust members of this change in November.

UBR quick reference

UBR quick reference

UAW Trust members trust you, and you’ll play a big role in helping them navigate the transition to Aetna and Medicare Advantage. Just know that we’re here to help.

 

Below, you can access all materials that detail the plan available in your area, along with important links for Trust members. We’ve also included information on a credit that new Aetna members can get for out-of-pocket expenses paid toward their previous plan.

Doctors and the Aetna network

Doctors and the Aetna network

Keeping their current doctors is important to Trust members. And the county a member resides in will determine whether they have the preferred provider organization (PPO) plan or the extended service area (ESA) plan. With both plans, members can use the doctors in or out of their Aetna network. However, there are differences. 

 

  • Aetna Medicare Advantage PPO plan
    Members in the PPO plan can see any provider who participates with Medicare and accepts the Aetna plan. When they use providers in Aetna’s network, they’ll pay less out of pocket. Members can also use out-of-network providers, but they’ll pay more.
  • Aetna Medicare Advantage PPO ESA plan
    Members in the PPO ESA plan can see any provider who participates with Medicare and is willing to treat them, even if they are not in our network. Regardless of whether the provider is in or out of the network, members will pay the same cost-share amount.
  • Great news! All ESA and PPO service areas will remain the same for 2022.

Not sure which plan applies to your UAW Trust member? Click on the links below for details.

View maps of states with both ESA and PPO counties

We're here to help

UAW Trust members that already have Aetna Medicare Advantage can call Aetna Member Services at 1-800-663-0885 (TTY: 711), Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 9 PM ET, for help with provider questions. UAW Trust members that aren’t yet an Aetna member can call 1-855-406-4062 (TTY: 711), Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 9 PM ET.

Additional resources

Let UAW Trust members know about meetings

We host informational conference calls and webcasts so that UAW Trust members can learn about Aetna Medicare Advantage and ask questions.

 

We also have informational conference calls for UAW Trust members who are turning 65 or are new to Medicare.

 

All meetings are currently completed. Check back for updated schedules soon. In the meantime, here’s how Trust members can contact us to get answers to their questions or other information.

 

Trust members: How to contact Aetna (PDF)

Living healthy

With the Aetna Medicare Advantage plan, members get extra health and wellness benefits beyond what Original Medicare offers. Check out the links below to services that enhance their benefit plans.

Your Aetna contact

 

Regional dedicated contacts for UBRs:

 

Region 2B: Michael Young, 860-900-5969

 

Regions 4, 8, 9 and 9A: Angela Plante, 860-900-5964

 

Dedicated UBR contacts

Contact us by email

Important: If you’re sending PHI to this email, be sure to send securely. Be sure to include your region number in the email.

Disclaimers

Aetna Medicare is a HMO, PPO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in our plans depends on contract renewal.