Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is a time-tested solution, and that isn’t the only benefit!

Aetna invites you to enroll in Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)–a free, secure service to receive your claims payments faster than by paper check, right into your bank account. Every day, more and more doctors and hospitals we do business with are electing to receive claims payments quickly and securely via EFT. Why not make your practice the next to sign up?

  • Using EFT is free and secure
  • You can sign up to receive an e-mail notification each time Aetna transmits an EFT deposit to your bank account
  • Aetna’s overpayment policies don’t change when enrolled in EFT – we won’t debit your account
  • EFT can be a vital resource in the event of a natural disaster which can slow or stop mail delivery

 

Act now to begin receiving fast payments through EFT!

Access the EFT enrollment form by selecting Enroll Now! We’ve made the enrollment process easier than ever. Just follow the instructions on the first page. Within 10-15 days, you’ll receive confirmation and will begin receiving EFT payments directly into your bank account.

You can also enroll in EFT online through the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH). You can visit their website for additional information.

*If you enroll in EFT through CAQH, you can still enroll for EFT e-mail notifications. Just log in to NaviNet with your user name and password once you’ve received confirmation that we’ve processed your request.

 

We’re here to help you.

If you need help reconciling payments with EFT deposits, you can sign up for a live webinar. To register for one of the webinar sessions, click here to register for the “Learn how to use Aetna’s Claim Explanation of Benefits tool” webinar. You can also access one of our self-help tutorials from Aetna’s Education Site.

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