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Earn gift cards
Earn gift cards
You can earn gift cards for each healthy step you complete. So it really does pay to check on your health. Use your gift cards at participating retailers like CVS Pharmacy®, Walmart®, Walmart.com, Albertsons®, Kroger®, and Safeway®.
To earn the gift card, get ALL adolescent immunizations by age 13:
One dose of meningococcal vaccine
Diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis (Tdap)
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine series
It’s better to find health issues early, when they’re easier to treat. The same is true for breast cancer. A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast. This routine test can help find problems sooner, providing more treatment options.
To earn the gift card, get your mammogram at:
Ages 40 to 49: Talk with your provider about when to start getting mammograms. You can also ask how often to get a mammogram.
Ages 50 to 74: Experts advise that women get a mammogram every 1 to 2 years. Ask your provider if you need one more often.
Regular pelvic exams and Pap tests are part of women’s health. During a pelvic exam, your provider checks your reproductive organs to make sure they’re healthy. A Pap test looks for changes on your cervix. Without early treatment, some changes can lead to cancer. The good news? When found early, these changes can get treatment to prevent cervical cancer.
To earn the gift card, get your cervical cancer screening at ages 21 to 64. Ask your provider how often to get screening.
To earn the gift card, get ALL childhood immunizations by age 2:
Tetanus and acellular pertussis (DTap)
Three polios (IPV)
One chicken pox (VZV)
Four pneumococcal conjugates (PCV)
One hepatitis A (Hep A)
Two or three rotaviruses (RV)
Two flu shots
To earn the gift card, complete one of these healthy steps:
Six or more well-child visits in first 15 months of life
Two or more well-child visits and child reaches 30 months old during the year
Annual well-child visit from 3 to 21 years of age
Are you sexually active? If yes, you’ll want to get chlamydia screening. This condition doesn’t always have signs or symptoms. So people can pass it along without knowing. Finding it early means getting treatment at an early stage. Without treatment, chlamydia may lead to other problems, like:
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
To earn the gift card, get chlamydia screening at ages 16 to 24 for sexually active women. Talk with your provider about screening today.
Lead is a toxin that can be dangerous to kids at a young age, especially when they’re growing. Did you know? Houses built in the 1970s have some form of lead paint. Kids still need lead screening, even if you remodel, repaint, or change the floor and tiles in your house.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that jewelry and toys can have small amounts of lead. Experts stress the importance of lead screening in kids, especially those under age 2. Low levels of lead in their blood can affect a child’s behavior and learning abilities. Lead can also cause serious health problems.
To earn the gift card, get the lead blood test by age 2.
No need to sign up for rewards
No need to sign up for Aetna Better Care Rewards. You can start anytime. Your provider will submit a claim for your completed screening, annual visit or care. A claim is a form your provider sends us. That’s how we know you went for a visit. Once we receive the claim, we’ll send your gift card letter in the mail. Look for your gift claim code and instructions in that letter. We’ll send it within 90 days of receiving your provider’s claim.