Medicare solutions focused on keeping seniors healthy and independent.
The greatest asset for Baby Boomers to enjoy the golden years of retirement is their health. With many plans on the market, increasing costs and unanswered questions as to how the health care reform will impact Medicare, now more than ever, seniors are focused on making the right choice during Medicare’s open enrollment.
In this episode of Baby Boomers in America, Kristi Matus, executive vice president and head of Aetna Government Services, discusses Medicare – the misconceptions, the difference between Parts A, B, C and D, and some programs available to those with chronic health conditions.
“Aetna is focused on helping people live healthier, more productive lives and we have built our programs and continually improve them with that in mind,” states Matus. “We have many options to meet individual needs and each person should take in mind their current health and lifestyle when determining what coverage he or she should select.”
Aetna is one of the nation's leading diversified health care benefits companies, serving approximately 36.7 million people with information and resources to help them make better informed decisions about their health care. “What makes Aetna unique is simple – we care about the people who are enrolled in our programs,” confirms Matus. “We care about their health, we care about their quality of life. They are not just policyholders to us.”