What is Medicaid?
Medicaid is a public health insurance plan for low-income people or people with disabilities. People of any age can be on Medicaid.
Medicaid is both a federal and state program. The federal government asks every state to give members the same set of benefits.
Each state runs its own Medicaid program and decides who is eligible. Some states will cover anyone below certain income levels, and each state has coverage options that may work for you. You may need to meet other requirements to qualify for Medicaid in your state.
Many states choose to partner with private insurance companies, like Humana, to support their Medicaid members with extra benefits and services.
Check with your state Medicaid plan to learn how to enroll.
What Medicaid covers
All Medicaid plans include the same basic benefits for members.Physician care services
- Inpatient and outpatient hospital services
- Early and regular screening, testing and treatment services
- Physician services
- Nursing facility services and home health services
- Health center services and rural health clinic services
- Family planning services
- Certified pediatric and family nurse practitioner services
- Nurse midwife services and birth center services (when licensed by the state)
- Transportation to medical care
- Counseling for pregnant women to end tobacco use
Extras from Humana
Humana wants to help you get the most out of your Medicaid plan.
Humana offers extra perks and services for Medicaid members to support their best health. These perks are beyond the basic coverage Medicaid gives you.
The perks from Humana may be different depending on which state you live in.
See the benefits from Humana for your state’s Medicaid plan to learn more.