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1 A quick tour of Find the information you need, when you need it This presentation includes sound
2 Get Started: Enter the username and password provided on your HP benefits intranet website
3 Three main sections of the homepage
6 Your Medical Plan: Select the medical plan you would like more information about
8 Pop-up definitions for common plan glossary terms help you understand the information on the Benefits at a Glance charts
9 Tools & Programs: Aetna Member Website
10 Aetna Member Website: Example homepage
11 Tools & Programs: Other tools and programs available as an Aetna member
12 Using Your Benefits: Are you in an Aexcel area?
13 Using Your Benefits: Other Helpful Information
14 Using Your Benefits: Contact Information
15 Find the information you need, when you need it
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