Aetna Adds Aetna Whole Health Chicago To GetCoveredIllinois
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Individuals and employers in Illinois looking for a new health plan will have access to greater choice during this year’s open enrollment. Aetna (NYSE: AET) today announced that Aetna Whole Health Chicago will be available on GetCoveredIllinois for the 2016 open enrollment commencing November 1, as well as to Illinois businesses.
“Our members will have access to Advocate’s depth and breadth of clinical experience to help keep them healthier.”
Aetna Whole Health Chicago is a commercial health care product that provides members with access to highly coordinated care that tracks outcomes, shares data and measures clinical standards to improve quality and efficiency. It provides consumers with more options on GetCoveredIllinois.
Aetna Whole Health Chicago will be available to individuals and businesses through Advocate Health Care’s broad network of 4,000 primary care physicians and specialists at 250 sites of care including 10 hospitals. Rush Health was the first Illinois hospital system to collaborate with Aetna on Aetna Whole Health Chicago for self-insured and fully insured businesses.
Individuals can purchase Aetna Whole Health Chicago as of November 1. Self-insured businesses looking to change plans from March 1, 2016 onwards and fully insured businesses looking to change plans from April 1, 2016 onwards can buy Aetna Whole Health Chicago as of January 1. It will be available to employers in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, Kendall, Will, Kankakee, McHenry and individual members in DuPage, Cook, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties.