Critical Illness Insurance
Critical Illness Insurance Lets You Focus on Recovery Instead of Bills
When you or a family member experiences a serious illness, unexpected costs can create unwelcome stress.
Critical Illness Insurance coverage, from Aetna, pays a cash benefit if you or another enrolled family member experiences a covered illness such as heart attack, cancer, stroke, or 45 other conditions. You receive a lump-sum payment that is yours to spend any way you choose, and a benefit is paid regardless of your medical coverage.
This coverage is not a replacement for medical or disability coverage – it is extra protection that helps offset unexpected costs.
You can enroll in this coverage even if you do not enroll in one of the AutoNation medical options.
Tailor your coverage to your needs
- Choose the benefit level you want – $10,000, $20,000, $30,000 or $40,000. The plan covers multiple illnesses and recurrences of an illness.
- Purchase coverage for yourself, you and your spouse, you and a dependent child (up to age 26), or you and your family.
- You and your eligible family members are guaranteed coverage –there’s no medical exam required. Benefits cannot be reduced due to age. If you choose to cover your dependents, their coverage amount will be 50% of your benefit amount.
- Some covered benefits are paid at 100% and others at 25% of your elected benefit level.
- Your premium is based on your age and if you use tobacco. If you earn the Non-Tobacco healthy credit, your premium will be reduced. All pricing information will be shown online during
Health Screening Benefit
Associates in the Critical Illness, Supplemental Medical, and/or Supplemental Hospital insurance are eligible to earn a $50 health screening benefit once per year, per member, per plan.
For example, if I am in all three plans, and I also have my spouse in all three plans, and we complete 1 health screening each that qualifies for the benefit (such as the MSRP Biometric Screening), we can submit a claim and we would each $300 in health screening benefits for that year.
Make sure to review the “Approvable Health Screenings” for each of the plans that you have, the list varies slightly by plan.
Below you will find additional buttons that house resources such as an overview of the plan, a member story to outline how the benefit works, frequently asked questions (FAQ’s), and more.