Aetna is one of the nation’s leading health care benefits companies with just under 50,000 employees and about 46 million policyholders. They also have a family of companies that operate under the umbrella of Aetna:
With over three decades of experience in the senior market and an “A” rating from A.M. Best, Aetna is a great company to be contracted with.
Aetna offers Medicare Supplement products from their different entities (AHLIC, CLI, AHIC, ACI, and ALIC) in all states except Connecticut. With a handy e-app, a voice signature option, and a 7% HHD, Aetna is a stable carrier to have in your Med Supp portfolio.
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Aetna offers level, graded, and modified death benefit plans with a point of sale pre-approval process. The client applies knowing what coverage level they can qualify for which reduces declines and helps get the policy issued faster.
Aetna accounts for the majority of the Cancer Insurance we write here at New Horizons. Their rock solid lump sum plan is easy to explain, affordable, and the underwriting couldn't be easier.
The Aetna Recovery Care Protection Series is a great choice for clients who have no long-term care insurance, especially if they can't afford it or can't pass underwriting. This policy offers up to 360 days of benefits in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. You can add home health care as a rider.
The Hospital Indemnity Flex plan from Aetna (written by CLI) is an excellent pairing for your Medicare Advantage clients. This policy is available up to age 89 and pays your client directly if they choose.
Aetna’s Dental, Vision and Hearing Insurance has a lot of great features, including: