Because having the right tools can make all the difference in the world.
We make it easier to manage your health—and your health care costs
We offer many apps, tools, and service to our members. Here are some of our favorites. Visit Aetna Navigator to see what else we have for you.
When you have an ongoing health condition, you may face more challenges, like scheduling regular doctor's visits or taking multiple drugs. Our Health Connections Disease Management program can help you stay on track with your care and improve your quality of life.
It's your most up-to-date source for in-network doctors, dentists, eye care professionals and more. Search by ZIP code, miles willing to travel, city, county, or state. We'll even give you driving directions!Watch the DocFind® VideoVideo Transcript [PDF] Find a doctor
Member Payment Estimator
Price shopping for health care is a new idea for many people. But a little research can save you big money. Our Member Payment Estimator helps you compare costs for procedures and services, calculate your out-of-pocket expenses, and more.Estimate costs
Good health to go: mobile apps made just for you
No matter where you are, Aetna Mobile Web gives you easy access to your health information, and tools that help you make informed decisions. Aetna Mobile Web and the Aetna Mobile app put our most popular online features at your fingertips. You can:
- Search for a doctor, dentist, hospital, or pharmacy
- View your claims
- View your coverage and benefits
- Access your Personal Health Records
- View your member ID card
- Check drug prices
- Contact us by phone
The two most common medical questions are probably, "What's wrong with me?" and "What should I do about it?" You can answer both quickly and easily with iTriage.
- Check symptoms
- Learn about possible causes
- Research medications
- Decide what to do
- Find and compare nearby care options
- Choose a provider
- Manage your health
Any Questions? Ask Ann
Meet Ann, our virtual online assistant. She's available 24/7, ready to help you answer questions about your health coverage. Ask Ann ›