Aetna is dedicated to helping people achieve health and financial security by providing easy access to safe, cost-effective, high-quality health care and protecting their finances against health-related risks.
Building on our 154-year heritage, Aetna will be a leader cooperating with doctors and hospitals, employers, patients, public officials and others to build a stronger, more effective health care system.
> The National Business Group on Health has named Aetna a 2007 winner of its Behavioral Health Awards for its commitment to helping workers and their families cope with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
> Aetna and Ron Williams, Chairman, CEO and President, were awarded the A. Leon Higginbotham Corporate Leadership Award by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a national civil rights legal organization, for 2007. The award recognizes Aetna's long-standing record of diversity and corporate social responsibility.
> Aetna was ranked No. 2 in the health care category in Fortune magazine's 2007 and 2006 Most Admired Companies lists. According to Fortune, the Most Admired list is "the definitive report card on corporate reputations."
> Aetna, in 2006, was awarded the Recognizing Innovation in Multicultural Health Care Award by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for innovative programs to deliver quality care to linguistically, racially and ethnically diverse populations.
> The National Business Coalition on Health recognized Aetna with an eValue8TM Innovation Award in 2006 for its Aetna Rx Check Program. Aetna was recognized in 2005 for outreach work to support physicians treating Hispanic/Latino people with diabetes.
> Aetna earned the 2006 Large/Affiliated Innovation and Excellence Award: Chronic Care for its integrated approach to helping members with diabetes manage their conditions. The Innovation and Excellence awards are bestowed by America's Health Insurance Plans Foundation.
> Aetna was honored with a 2005 Award for Excellence in Workplace Volunteer Programs by The Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network. This international award honors businesses that have made a commitment to effectively engaging employees in volunteering.
> The 2004 HERA Award, given annually by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, was bestowed on Aetna's Adolescent Immunization Program for advancing quality in children's health and for outreach to diverse populations.
> The "Stevie" award for "Best Business Turnaround" was presented to Aetna as part of the 2004 American Business Awards competition. The awards recognize outstanding leadership, innovation, perseverance, creativity, teamwork and integrity in business.
> Aetna won the 2003 Best Disease Management Program in Managed Care award from the Disease Management Association of America for its Healthy Outlook, Caring for Chronic Heart Failure program.