You can take advantage of targeted cancer, musculoskeletal and diabetes condition intervention.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is considered one of the most effective treatments for autism spectrum disorder. ABA can help:
To learn more about ABA and the advocates and providers who can help support you, read this brochure.
Reach out to your autism advocate for support at 1-866-724-0604 (TTY: 711), option 5. An advocate can help you connect with network providers who are certified in ABA. Or you can use the provider search tool on aetna.com. The ABA program requires precertification (approval). Ask your provider to call 1-866-724-0604, option 5.
AccessHope connects you to renowned expertise from some of the best cancer centers in the country - confidentially and at no cost to you. AccessHope services include:
AccessHope provides recommendations based on the latest available treatments and cutting-edge research but final treatment decisions are made by you and your local, treating physician
Sysco covers 100% of the cost of AccessHope services for all eligible employees and covered dependents. Any information shared with AccessHope is confidential - it will never be shared with your employer.
Contact AccessHope today to connect with knowledgeable, compassionate cancer specialists who can help you take the best next step in cancer care.
Omada for Joint & Muscle Health (formerly Physera) offers individualized physical therapy, guided by a live, dedicated physical therapist, through your smartphone whenever and wherever it is convenient for you.
You have access to the Transform Diabetes Care program through Aetna. The program provides the right amount of guidance and support, based on your needs and preferences.
If you’re managing diabetes, you’re enrolled automatically, and have access to resources and services, such as:
Taking precautions is top of mind right now. The Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization are encouraging the use of “telehealth” services or virtual care as a measure to prevent spreading COVID-19 (coronavirus).
If you need to see a physical therapist but want to skip the doctor’s office or hospital, now’s the time to learn more about virtual physical therapy through Omada for Joint & Muscle Health (formerly Physera). Get the details.