Here's why Humana's Group Medicare Advantage coverage can improve your clients’ bottom line and deliver a better experience for them and their retirees:
Humana offers a broad range of funding options — so your clients can choose to fund all, part, or none of retirees' Medicare premiums. And if they're not sure which funding level to choose, Humana's dedicated Group Medicare team can help them “run the numbers” and make an informed decision.
To reflect where our customers are and where their retirees live, Humana has put a high priority on developing Group Medicare Advantage networks in key areas. Our network-based plans offer savings through a network of providers, plus benefits that are easy for your clients’ retirees to understand and use. Humana offers these network-based plans:
To enroll in this Medicare Advantage plan, retirees and dependents must be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B. Retirees and dependents can enroll in a Medicare Advantage health plan three months before or after their 65th birthday.
* 1 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) enrollment data Jan. 14, 2009
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