Claim Form for Maternity Treatment Reimbursements

Aetna International
Claim Form for Maternity
Treatment Reimbursements
Please complete clearly in BLOCK CAPITALS.
The sections marked by an asterisk (*) must be completed in full by the patient, or the main member on behalf of the
patient if the patient is a dependant under the age of 18. Assessment of the claim may be delayed if all the necessary
sections of this form are not completed.
Further information about how to complete this form can be found on the last two pages.
* Section 1
Main member/claimant details
Title
Mrs
Miss
Ms
Mr
First name:
Date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy):
ID number (as shown on your Aetna card, it could be 6 or 8 digits):
Policy number (as shown on your Aetna card):
Group name:
Correspondence address:
Town:
Postcode:
Family name (surname):
Middle name:
Country:
E-mail:
Daytime phone:
* Section 2
Evening phone:
Patient details (if different from section 1)
Title
Mrs
Miss
Ms
First name:
ID number (as shown on your Aetna card, it could be 6 or 8 digits):
* Section 3
Family name (surname):
Middle name:
Claim details
Is this claim for a routine follow up?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, Section 6 does not need to be completed
If ‘No’ and this is a new claim or a claim for treatment costs for complications during pregnancy, Section 6 needs to be completed by
the medical practitioner or specialist.
Is this a claim for hospital cash benefit?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, Section 6 must be completed by the medical practitioner or specialist. Once completed, please send us the original admission and
discharge form from the hospital where the treatment was provided together with this Claim form.
If ‘No’, provide the breakdown of the invoices being submitted with this claim:
Country of treatment
Date of treatment
Invoice date
Invoice reference Invoice amount (including currency)
Total number of invoices:
Use a separate sheet if you need more space.
Does the patient have another insurance plan or policy that covers maternity costs?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, provide the other insurer’s details including the name of the insurer, the insurer’s address and the patient’s plan or policy
number with that insurer:
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* Section 4
Declaration – the Declaration must be signed by the patient or the main member if the patient is a
dependant under the age of 18
I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, all the information provided on this claim form is truthful and correct. I understand that
Aetna will rely on the information provided as such. I agree and accept that this declaration gives Aetna, and its appointed
representatives, the right to request past, present, and future medical information in relation to this claim, or any other claim related to
the member/covered individual, from any third party, including providers and medical practitioners. I declare and agree that personal
information may be collected, held, disclosed, or transferred (worldwide) to any organization within the Aetna group, its suppliers,
providers and any affiliates.
Patient’s/main member’s signature:
* Section 5
Date (mm/dd/yyyy):
Payment details
Do you need us to pay the provider directly?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, we can only make payment to the provider if their bank details are included on the invoice.
Have you personally had to pay costs for the treatment that you are claiming for?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, and you are personally seeking reimbursement, you must tell us how you wish to be reimbursed by ticking either 1, ‘Bank
transfer’ or 2, ‘Foreign draft’ / ‘Cheque’, and completing the required information.
If another person or entity has paid on your behalf please give their name
Please tick one of the following as applicable
Use Recurring Reimbursement Election (RRE) information currently on file
Use the bank information provided in this section as your permanent RRE
Use the bank information provided below only for expenses related to this claim
Failure to complete all information for the chosen reimbursement method may result in you, the named person or entity:
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experiencing delays in receiving the claim settlement; and
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incurring additional bank charges.
1. Bank transfer – this is the quickest and safest method of payment
Name of account holder:
If the claimant’s name (as given in Section 1) is different to the account holder name, please provide the following details
Address of account holder:
E-mail address of account holder:
Telephone number of account holder:
Relationship to the claimant:
Bank account details
Bank name:
Bank address (including town/city and country):
BIC/SWIFT code:
Payment currency:
Currency of bank account:
Account number:
To help us direct your payments efficiently, supply the following as relevant
IBAN number (mandatory for all payments to bank accounts in countries that have adopted IBAN):
Sort code (mandatory for UK located banks):
Routing code/Branch code (as available):
A B A number (mandatory for transfers to US located banks:
2. Foreign draft / cheque
Name to appear on the draft / cheque:
Currency of the draft / cheque:
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Section 6
Maternity treatment - must be completed by the medical practitioner or specialist
1. Contact and registration details
Name of medical practitioner/specialist/therapist:
Qualifications:
Tax Identification Number (required for providers practising in the US):
Phone:
Fax:
Address:
Town:
Country:
Postcode:
E-mail:
Date the patient first registered with you/the clinic/the hospital (mm/dd/yyyy):
2. Details of pregnancy
a) Date of the patient’s LMP (mm/dd/yyyy):
b) How many weeks pregnant is the patient?
c) Is the pregnancy a result of any infertility treatment including infertility medication or conception by artificial means?
d) Expected type of delivery:
Normal Vaginal Delivery
Yes
No
C-Section
If ‘C-Section’, advise the reason:
e) Provide relevant details of any previous complicated pregnancies or complicated childbirth:
f)
Does the patient suffer from any medical conditions that might put the current pregnancy at risk?
Yes
No
If ‘Yes’, provide details:
g) Is the reason for this visit
Routine antenatal checkup?
Antenatal complications?
If this visit is for ‘Antenatal complications’ provide details:
3. Declaration
I declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief the information I have given in the Medical section of this Claim form is full, true
and complete.
Medical practitioner’s/specialist’s signature:
Date (mm/dd/yyyy):
Practice stamp
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How to complete this form
Assessment of the claim may be delayed if the patient/main member and the patient’s medical practitioner or specialist do not complete all the
necessary sections of this form.
Sections 1 to 5 must be completed by the patient, or the main member on behalf of the patient if the patient is a dependant under the age of 18.
Section 6 must be completed by the patient’s medical practitioner or specialist unless the claim is for:
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a routine follow up
For any other type of claim, we understand that it may not always be possible to have Section 6 completed by the medical practitioner or
specialist. In such circumstances, we will process the claim if the invoices and receipts for the treatment costs incurred contain all of the
following:
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diagnosis of the medical condition treated;
treatment date;
type of treatment; and
the medical provider’s official stamp.
We may need to contact the patient’s medical practitioner or specialist for more medical information in order for us to process the claim under
the terms and conditions of the policy. We will tell you if we need to do this.
A quick guide on how to submit your claim. For detailed information, please refer to the “Your guide to making a claim” section in
your Member Handbook.
Send us the claim within 180 days of the first treatment date. You must send the following items to make sure that we can process your claim:
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the fully completed Claim form;
the original itemised invoice;
the original receipt. We do not accept credit card statements as proof of payment;
a copy of the prescription if you are claiming for medication;
a copy of the investigative tests results where relevant (e.g. blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound, etc.); and
copy of the admission and discharge reports where relevant for inpatient or daycare admissions.
Important information
Please remember these important points when completing your Claim form.
Section 3 – Claim details
If the patient has another insurance plan or policy that covers him/her for medical costs, we will need to know the details as it may affect the
amount we pay in respect of their claim.
Section 4 – Declaration
If the declaration has not been read and signed, we will not be able to process the claim.
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How to complete this form (continued)
Section 5 – Payment details
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If you are not personally seeking reimbursement we will pay the treatment provider directly, as long as the payment instructions are
shown clearly on the invoice.
If you are personally seeking reimbursement, we will only issue payment to:
• the patient if they are 18 or over;
• the plan holder if the patient is under 18 and is a dependant under the plan; or
• the parent or legal guardian named as the primary member, if the patient is under 18.
Ensure that you are able to receive payment in the method and currency you have requested.
We reserve the right to pass on any payment charges incurred by us for cancelling the original payment due to inaccurate information
submitted to us.
We will not be responsible for any payment shortfall due to exchange rate fluctuations and/or recipient bank service charges. Please
contact your bank for further details.
If you do not give us the sort code/routing code, BIC/ SWIFT code and/or IBAN number, you may incur additional bank charges and it
will result in a delay in us paying your claim. You can find the payment information on your bank statement.
Payment by foreign draft / cheque in certain currencies can result in long delays. These delays are beyond our control. We will not
pay any bank charges incurred in encashing a foreign draft / cheque. We strongly recommend that, wherever possible, you choose to
be reimbursed by bank transfer as this is the quickest and safest method of payment.
We can make payment in most readily traded currencies and to most countries. In the event that we are unable to make payment in
the currency or to the country you have specified, we will contact you to confirm an alternative currency. If you do not specify a
payment currency, we will pay your claim in the base currency of your plan. For the current list of applicable currencies and countries
please refer to our website.
We cannot issue non-QAR foreign drafts/cheques to members/providers with bank accounts based in Qatar as the banks will not
allow those to be encashed.
Your bank may ask you to complete additional paperwork before they can release our payment to you. This may delay your receipt of
the payment and is outside our control.
Whenever coverage provided by any insurance policy is in violation of any U.S, U.N or EU economic or trade sanctions, such
coverage shall be null and void. For example, Aetna companies cannot pay for health care services provided in a country under
sanction by the United States unless permitted under a written Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) license. Learn more on the
US Treasury’s website at: www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions.
We know you may have questions and we're always here to help. You can call us any time on the phone number listed on the back of your
Aetna ID Card.
You can also send us a secure e-mail by logging in to www.aetnainternational.com and clicking 'Contact us'
You can scan your claims to us, rather than post them. It is important that any claim you send to us is done either by scan or originals, but
not both.
Send your claim to
• By post:
Aetna Global Benefits (Europe) Limited
1st Floor
69 Park Lane
Croydon, CR9 1BG
United Kingdom
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For the quickest and most convenient way of submitting your claim, please
register for the secure member website at www.aetnainternational.com and
submit your claim online.
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Send your claim via fax attaching receipts and all required documents from
your medical practitioner, as explained above, to: +44 870 442 4387
Send your claim via email with copies of your reciepts and all required
documents from your medical practitioner, as explained above, to:
[email protected]
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For claim related queries please contact our 24 hour Member Services
helpline at: +44 870 442 4386
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Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) license. Learn more at US Treasury’s website at www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions
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