|Aetna, through its Aetna Behavioral Health unit, provides a full array of behavioral health services including industry-leading disease and case management programs, an employee assistance program and a variety of Web-based tools that help members make better-informed decisions about their health care. Members with behavioral health benefits have access to more than 65,000 behavioral health providers and dedicated behavioral health service centers staffed by more than 600 employees.
Aetna's integrated behavioral and medical programs can help lead to improved health outcomes for members, and increased productivity for plan sponsors. Aetna recently announced a new integrated depression management program focused on improving diagnosis and treatment of that disease by primary care physicians. Aetna's goal is to become the industry leader in serving members, counselors and doctors to improve overall health outcomes.