All customer Service inquiries, including provider network questions, should be directed to Aetna Student Health by calling 1-877-375-7908 or emailing Customer Service.
If the provider does not file the claim directly with Aetna Student Health, then you must file the claim by submitting an Aetna Claim Form and itemized bill immediately after treatment to Aetna. Your name, social security number and school name should be written clearly on all medical bills. Always retain copies for your records.
For prescription drug claims, to receive reimbursement, you will need to submit a claim form and the prescription receipt to Aetna. Fax your completed Aetna Prescription Drug Claim Form and receipts to (888) 472-1128 or mail it to:
Aetna needs your permission to release your personal health information. Print out the PHI Request 67902-5 form and fax it to (860) 907-3017 or mail it to:
Aetna needs your permission to release your personal health information with your providers. Print out the PHI Request 67938-5 form and fax it to (859) 455-8650 or mail it to:
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When You Receive Treatment Outside the United States: Most providers outside the United States will not file a medical claim for you. If that's the case, you'll need to pay the provider in full for your treatment and then file a claim with Aetna Student Health.
What you will need to do:
STEP 1 -
Get an itemized medical bill from the provider-in English, if at all possible-before you leave the country you're in. The bill should include:
STEP 2 -
Send Aetna Student Health the itemized bill, along with the following information: