Help when you need it
There are a lot of things to worry about in an emergency or disaster—your health insurance coverage shouldn’t be one of them.
We will take action to make sure Florida Medicaid members in impacted areas get the medical care they need.
When is it a disaster?
Something is considered a disaster when the president, governor or secretary of Health and Human Services officially declares a situation a disaster or public health emergency.
What Humana can do
Humana will take the following steps right away in a disaster:
- Cover services at out-of-network hospitals and other medical facilities.
- Stop the need for primary care physician referrals.
- Give members the same cost sharing they would get at an in-network doctor.
- Make replacing lost prescriptions easier by removing refill limits.
Timeline for support
We’ll keep working with you to make sure you’re covered during the duration of the emergency or disaster.
Humana will continue to offer this support until:
- The president, governor or secretary of Health and Human Services has declared that the disaster or public health emergency has ended
- 30 days have gone by since the disaster or emergency was declared, and no end date was given.
If Humana is also affected by the disaster and cannot continue business as usual after the disaster or public health crisis is over, we will alert the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Agency for Health Care Administration.
Check the Humana website for details—we will provide updates on our status there, when possible.
One of the best things you can do is to be prepared in case you are ever in a disaster or emergency situation. Take the time now to plan ahead.
Here are a few steps you can take: