What does Aetna PPO mean?
Preferred Provider Organization
PPO: The plan with the most freedom A Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) has pricier premiums than an HMO or POS. But this plan allows you to see specialists and out-of-network doctors without a referral.
How do I know which Aetna plan I have?
The best place to find details about your coverage and benefits is your secure member website. It takes only a few minutes to register. And you only need your member number, which is on your Aetna ID card. You can still get benefits and coverage information by calling the number on your ID card.
Does Aetna have PPO?
With the Aetna Open Choice ® PPO plan, members can visit any provider, in network or out, without a referral. But when they stay in network, we’ll handle the claims and offer lower, contracted rates. So they save. And you can, too.
Are there any PPO plans in Texas?
PPOs are the familiar letters normally associated with meeting typical health insurance needs. The bad news is that there is only one PPO option in Texas this year. The good news is that you have other options (and we have done the research for you).
Is Aetna Open Access a PPO or HMO?
The Aetna Open Access Plan is an HMO that gives members more freedom. Members can visit any in-network provider (PCP or specialist) for covered services without a referral.
What type of plan is Aetna Better Health?
Aetna Better Health | Medicaid Health Plans.
What does a PPO cover?
Unlike an HMO, a PPO offers you the freedom to receive care from any provider—in or out of your network. This means you can see any doctor or specialist, or use any hospital. In addition, PPO plans do not require you to choose a primary care physician (PCP) and do not require referrals.