IMPORTANT NOTICE: New York State has approved Aetna’s application to withdraw from the New York Individual Market. Aetna’s individual policies will end on 12/31/2015 without an option to continue or to renew. This applies to all Individual policies, including new policies issued in 2015 for a Qualifying Event.

You must choose a primary care physician (PCP). If you need to see a specialist, you’ll need a referral from your PCP. If you don’t get a referral, or if you see a provider in another state, those services won’t be covered unless it’s an emergency.

The 2015 Annual Open Enrollment Period in the individual market ended on February 15, 2015.

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Aetna Plans in Your Area


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We’ll suggest plans with the features you want.

  • Basic health care services, lower monthly payments
  • Lower out of pocket costs before the plan covers medical expenses
  • Cap the amount spent on total medical expenses each year
  • Frequent doctor visits; with lower copay
  • Coverage for prescription drugs
  • Tax deductible health care expenses
  
 

Plan Types

Plan Names (Click a name to see details).

Bronze

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Bronze level plans pay for about 60 percent of covered health care costs. They tend to have lower monthly payments, but you will pay more for your deductible, copayments and coinsurance.

Silver

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Silver level plans pay for about 70 percent of covered health care costs. They tend to have higher monthly payments compared to Bronze plans, but you will pay less for your deductible, copayments and coinsurance.

Gold

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Gold level plans pay for about 80 percent of covered health care costs. They tend to have higher monthly payments but you will pay less for your deductible, copayments and coinsurance.

Platinum

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Platinum level plans pay for about 90 percent of covered health care costs. These plans have the highest monthly payments but you will pay less for your deductible, copayments and coinsurance.