On the Horizon
On the Horizon is our member newsletter. We publish this newsletter periodically during the year. We hope you find this information useful and helpful. We will post each issue here. We also will email and/or text a link to the newsletter to our members who opt in for this type of communication. You can tell us through your
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Each month, we post key health information and education that we think may be important to you. Here’s what we want you to think about this month:
Don’t forget to schedule a well visit with your doctor – or with your child’s doctor. Call your doctor to set up a visit. If you have a well visit and register for Go365 for Humana Healthy Horizons®, you can earn rewards.
Have you or your child had an eye exam this year? If not, we encourage you to schedule an exam with an in-network eye doctor. A yearly eye exam is important to maintain good vision.
We want to share with you information about events our community partners are hosting in your area. Some of these events may be in person. Some of these events may be virtual. We regularly will update this list of community events.
Community Advisory Committee
Humana Healthy Horizons launched the market’s Community Advisory Committee (CAC) in 2022. The goal of the CAC is to provide a space for members and community partners to meet and provide us feedback on our services and quality initiatives. This partnership helps Humana improve the quality of care our members receive. We invite you to participate in our next virtual meeting.
For more information:
Community Advisory Committee schedule, PDF
- Call Member Services at 866-432-0001 (TTY: 711) , Monday – Friday, from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., Eastern time
- Email Humana’s care management team at
Community partners or providers can contact Madonna Farray at
Support during disasters
We are here to support you during public health emergencies or disasters. We partner with organizations and agencies in South Carolina to make sure our members have the support and resources they need, from access to healthy food to in-person and phone support from care managers.