Choose from safe and convenient Aetna Medicare Pay Your Premium payment options. Whether you prefer to set up a monthly payment or make a one-time payment, Aetna Medicare take your payment security as seriously as you do. All you need is your member ID card, date of birth and credit or debit card.
Additional MA/MAPD payment options
Phone: Call the number on your Member ID card. Can’t find it? Look up your plan’s phone number.
Mail: Include your payment and coupon in a stamped envelope. All payments should be sent to the address listed on your payment coupon.
In-store: Pay by cash, credit or debit card at a CVS retail store with your payment coupon. (In-store premium option not available at CVS pharmacies within Target and Schnucks.)
Social Security Administration/Railroad Retirement Board: Set up your automatic monthly payment by calling the phone number on your Member ID card.
Aetna Medicare Pay Your Premium – How To Pay Online
Go to https://www.aetnamedicare.com/en/for-members/pay-medicare-premium.html
From there you can Set up your monthly payment or make a one-time payment online using your payment coupon or plan invoice.
Aetna Medicare plans
Aetna offers several different kinds of Medicare Advantage plans, and they vary in terms of structure, costs and benefits available. Most plans offer dental, vision and hearing benefits, worldwide emergency care, and fitness benefits through SilverSneakers.
In general, Aetna offers Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans, or MAPDs, as well as stand-alone prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage Plans without drug coverage. New this year, the company is offering Aetna Medicare Eagle MA-only plans in 27 states, designed for veterans to complement their VA health care coverage.
Plan availability may vary by county. Other plan offerings may include the following types:
HMO plans: A health maintenance organization, or HMO, generally requires that you use a specific network of doctors and hospitals. You may need a referral from your primary doctor in order to see a specialist, and out-of-network benefits are usually very limited.
HMO-POS plans: HMO point-of-service plans give you a bit more flexibility than traditional HMO plans. While you do have a primary doctor and you may still need a referral, you have more freedom to see out-of-network providers, although you’ll pay more for out-of-network care.
PPO plans: Preferred provider organization, or PPO, plans provide the most freedom, allowing you to see any provider that accepts the insurance. You may not need to choose a primary doctor, and you don’t need referrals to see specialists. You can seek out-of-network care, although it may cost more than seeing an in-network doctor.
DSNPs: If you have Medicare and Medicaid and live in one of the 23 states where Aetna offers this, you may be eligible for a Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan, or DSNP. These plans combine hospital, doctor and drug coverage, along with additional benefits such as a care coordinator to help you manage medical visits, a social worker to connect you with local and state programs, and a member advocate to help you access your state benefits.