Humana’s plans give your Medicare-eligible clients access to coverage choices that help meet their specific needs. We help you understand the range of options and policies available for individuals so you can support your clients and assist them in making the right decisions for their health needs and budget.
To help individuals get more out of their healthcare dollars, Humana offers Medicare Advantage plans that include benefits beyond Original Medicare (Parts A and B). With these plans, clients do not need supplemental insurance and can take advantage of special features such as predictable costs, which make it easier to budget monthly healthcare expenses and international coverage for medical emergencies.
In Wisconsin Humana offers the following Medicare Advantage plans for individuals:
The HMO-POS plans cover care from in-network providers and, under certain conditions, care from providers not in the network.
A PPO plan lets clients choose in-network or out-of-network providers. If they decide to go with network providers, their out-of-pocket costs will be lower.
This type of plan allows clients to see almost any doctor as long as the provider accepts the PFFS terms and conditions of payment.
In Wisconsin Humana offers Optional Supplemental Benefits (OSBs) with our Medicare Advantage plans. OSBs vary by plan option and may include vision, dental, or other benefits.
You must be a licensed insurance agent appointed by Humana to sell Humana Advantage plans. For contracting information, please complete the Agency Inquiry form below or call Humana's Agent Support Center at 1-800-309-3163.
Humana’s stand-alone Medicare Part D prescription drug plans (PDPs) help individuals balance their health needs and healthcare costs. "Stand-alone” PDPs are separate from Medicare coverage. They let clients add drug coverage to their Original Medicare (Parts A and B) coverage.
In Wisconsin Humana offers the following Medicare Prescription Drug plans for individuals:
Low premium nationwide—under $16 per month.
Plan offers copays as low as $1 on certain generic drugs at Walmart and Sam’s Club and mail-order copays as low as $0 for a 90-day supply.
Prescription drug plan coverage with retail pharmacy copays as low as $1, and mail-order copays as low as $0 for a 90-day supply after deductible.
Humana’s broadest prescription drug plan coverage, with no deductible and mail-order copays as low as $0 on 90-day supplies of Tier 1 and Tier 2 prescription drugs.
These plans help cover costs such as deductibles and coinsurance. Clients can keep the same doctors and are still in the Medicare program. They also have all the rights and protections associated with Medicare.
In Wisconsin Humana offers the following Medicare Supplement Insurance plans for individuals:
The Basic Medicare Supplement Plan offers basic coverage as well as coverage for Part A Skilled Nursing Facility coinsurance, inpatient and outpatient mental health, home health care, and Part B coinsurance. Additionally, optional riders can be purchased to accompany the Basic plan providing coverage for the Medicare Part A and B deductibles, additional home health care, Part B excess charges, and coverage in the event of an emergency while in a foreign country.
These plans offer the same benefits as the Basic plan, however, they provide 50% and 75% coverage respectively. Coverage for additional home health care is also available as an optional rider.
Along with the benefits described above, coverage for routine vision and dental procedures is included with Humana Healthy Living Medicare Supplement Plans. See the Outline of Coverage for details
There may be a more competitive plan offering in your state. Contact Humana or your agency for more information.
You must be a licensed insurance agent appointed by Humana to sell Humana Medicare Supplement Insurance plans. For contracting information, please complete the Agency Inquiry form below or call Humana's Agent Support Center at 1-800-309-3163.
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