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Insulin Savings Program

Humana is offering affordable, predictable insulin costs through the Part D Senior Savings Model

Woman reading label on insulin injector

What the Insulin Savings Program is

The Part D Senior Savings Model—which Humana calls the Insulin Savings Program—helps address the needs of the more than 3.3 million people with Medicare who use insulin.1 The program is available with certain Medicare Advantage plans and all Humana Premier Rx Plan™ (PDP) prescription drug plans.

How the Insulin Savings Program works

Eligible members* pay stable copays of $35 or less at all in-network pharmacies for a 30-day supply of covered Select Insulins, PDF through the coverage gap (often called the “donut hole”). Those savings can add up for an average projected annual savings of $446 (66%) per year on Select Insulin costs.2†

While the maximum copay for each Select Insulin is $35 (for up to a 30-day supply from an in-network pharmacy), some plans feature copays as low as $0 for up to a 30-day supply. See the Summary of Benefits and Evidence of Coverage for each plan for specific copays.

To learn more about the Part D Senior Savings Model—which Humana calls the Insulin Savings Program—view this brief video from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

†Not all Humana plans are participating in the Insulin Savings Program. Members who receive prescription drug assistance through Medicare’s Extra Help program or members in a Group Medicare plan are not eligible. Part B insulin (pumps) are not included in this Part D benefit.

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View a list of participating 2022 plans, PDF or enter your ZIP code to see all plans available in your area.

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  1. “Part D Senior Savings Model,” Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, last accessed June 20, 2022,
  2. “Part D Senior Savings Model”