First premium payment deadline for February 1 coverage extended to February 12 for Aetna and CoventryOne on- and off-exchange SC members!

South Carolina Aetna and CoventryOne on- and off-exchange members must take action to pay their first premium by February 12, 2016 to ensure their coverage is effective February 1, 2016.

The quickest, most efficient payment methods:
Members have several ways to make a payment, or to set-up recurring payments with electronic funds transfer (EFT) or credit / debit cards.

Over the phone Aetna plans 1-877-302-3862
Aetna Leap plans 1-844-289-4505
CoventryOne plans: To set up EFT payments 1-877-849-9690

To utilize the automated payment system 1-877-906-1282

Innovation Health 1-866-772-3862

OnlineAetna plans – Log onto Aetna Navigator®

CoventryOne plans – The online EFT authorization form is at My Online Service (online member portal).  The EFT authorization form must be manually completed and sent to billing. Mail to: PO Box 31210 Tampa FL 33631-3210

 

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