Aetna is withdrawing from the individual major medical market. They will no longer issue new policies and the status of existing policies cannot be determined. Aetna will probably renew those plans, or they may (at their option) simply non-renew.
This announcement impacts Indiana clients at this time but there is no reason to believe it will not extend to other states including Georgia.
They will continue to offer coverage through AARP.
Aetna has been a flaky carrier all along in this market so this comes as no surprise. Last year in Georgia they raised rates on some policyholders three times in a matter of months.
If you live in Georgia and have Aetna health insurance you should consider switching coverage now while you still can.
Georgia Insurance Shop can show you affordable plans with other health insurance companies that fit your needs and budget.