To get an Aetna Health Assessment, log-in or create an account at Aetna.com and fill out the corresponding questionnaire on the Simple Steps to a Healthier Life website, explains Aetna. The assessment is an online tool available through certain plans or employers.
First-time users can sign up for an account on Aetna.com by creating a username and password, states Aetna. An account gives users access to the Aetna Navigator. From the Navigator dashboard, click the corresponding tool to begin the online health assessment and follow the provided directions.
The health assessment asks questions about a person's health history and health habits, states Aetna. Using these answers, the health assessment identifies a person's potential health risks and concerns, such as skin cancer or heart disease. The assessment creates a printable report of these concerns. The report also contains potential ways to reduce the risk for these concerns and stay healthy. A user then has the option to share the report with his doctor or another health care professional.
The health assessment is an optional service and free of charge for certain health plans, states Aetna. All answers are confidential, and the assessment does not affect a person's health insurance plan nor is it sent to the users employer.