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6 days ago

Business Analyst

Aetna Inc. Plantation, FL

Creates and executes specific deliverables and activities as part of a team assigned to a business-sponsored IT project. Develops business workflows… Dice

13 days ago

Director Medicare Stars Quality Program

Aetna Sunrise, FL

including meeting with community physicians, staff and vendors and will be accountable to executive leadership on the local and national levels… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Compliance Director

Aetna Plantation, FL

Background/Experience Desired:Leadership and team development5+ years of experience in a regulatory compliance position in healthcare, insurance or… Ivy Exec

5 days ago

Disability Clinical Consultant

Aetna Plantation, FL

This position requires the clinician to utilize their skills to coordinate with other resources, document and communicate an assessment of function… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Medical Claim Analytics - Project Lead (SAS)

Aetna Plantation, FL +2 locations

The Claim Analytics Project Lead, design, conduct, or lead analytical projects related to Aetna's claim and related operations, providing insight… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Leave of Absence Coordinator

Aetna Plantation, FL

As a Leave of Absence Coordinator, you will provide timely and effective claim service; handle administration of FMLA/LOA disability claims arising… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

LTD Benefit Manager

Aetna Plantation, FL

Please note: This position is located in our Planation FL office and is not a work from home opportunity.The role of a Disability Manager is to… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Mgr, Medical Underwriting - Pr

Aetna Plantation, FL

This manager will be working with the Executive Director of Projects and Strategy to help enhance the hiring and training program for L&RB… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Call Qlty Assurance Specialist

Aetna Plantation, FL

Will consider current Internal Teleworkers. The position involves taking calls and exemplifies the core values of caring integrity and excellence… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Med Economics Sr Cnslt/Team Ld

Aetna Plantation, FL +2 locations

include:-Financial modeling and savings projection of Scoreable Action Items (SAI); which includes, but is not limited to tracking and reporting of… Glassdoor

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    It has a fresh coast of paint, but the rust underneath is still present.

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    Current Employee - Plan Sponsor Agent in Plantation, FL
    Current Employee - Plan Sponsor Agent in Plantation, FL

    I have been working at Aetna full-time (more than an year)


    Cafeteria on site, but 30 minute lunch makes consuming it at your desk a necessity. Salary is decent and a wide variety of benefits you can opt for with a premium.


    Organization is losing huge accounts left & right. The Employers won't say it's because you don't really take care of the customer. Hitting minimum service requirements doesn't make you "wonderful" Organization requires you get tested annually to determine risk factors for health and if you don't hit required goals you pay more for your benefits. After the first Employer group dropped Aetna I was assigned to a team and supervisor in the southwest. I think I actually spoke with her a total of 8 times in a year of those 5 were requested by me. The company said we would have monthly reviews (I had 2 of those and 1 year end review). Training & resources for the employees were also "sort of there" but not really. When you have 3 internal site 2 of which were abandoned but never decommissioned you may never find the answer if you don't ask someone and then the answer may be different depending on who you ask. Training is all read this and that and answer questions so that Aetna has an alibi because "they took the online course". Resources are unorganized at best (not even alphabetical order exists. The Aetna Way is a PR document that isn't practiced, it's just hauled out for show. The perfect example was a training about using plain language. Note that the training has jargon and acronyms that didn't exist in the materials. Two days later it was on the internal sites "plain language" blah blah blah. Followed by loads of jargon/acronyms in the following post. Onsite security is ok, but not really great considering a number of vehicles have been broken into wheels taken, etc in the area they are supposed to be paroling.

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    Since Mark Bertolini became CEO a lot of progress has been made to fix Aetna. However, running up to the merger with Coventry Health Care it became obvious the changes were only implemented topically. (Like putting a fresh coat of paint on a rusted car) it's just a PR campaign because the underlying problems are still present. The policy of Money & Stockholders first. Members, Providers, and Employees last is still very much the norm.

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