How to find care

To get the most from any health plan, you need to know how to use it. The information below explains how to find care in your network, doctors and more.

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Care in your network

Now that you have accessed your account online, begin by finding a doctor to partner with to help navigate options. Specific doctors and hospitals, or “in-network” providers, offer medical care at a lower cost than those outside of the network. It’s easier, too. The provider submits your bill or claim to Humana for you. The resources below will guide you to find a doctor within the network.

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Find a doctor

Humana has made it easy for you to find a doctor that is covered by your healthcare plan. You can find a doctor by location, provider type, name or language. Simply use the Find a doctor tool.

Find a primary care physician

Humana offers family doctors or primary care physicians (PCP) within the network. This option may be cheaper than a regular doctor. You can be sure all of your tests, prescriptions or specialty care are tracked by one trusted person. Check your healthcare policy for specific details of your plan.

Find a mental health doctor

Call a Member Services specialist to help you find in-network mental health therapists and providers that are covered in your plan. The number may be found on the back of your Humana ID card.

Find a special health program

Humana offers special health programs that focus on keeping members healthy, detecting early indicators of health risks, ensuring care is delivered safely and efficiently across all levels of care and managing chronic conditions. Our case management program offers supportive services to members who have been hospitalized or suffer from chronic conditions. Humana also offers other programs to help people manage health conditions such as diabetes, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD). All of these programs are voluntary, and you may discontinue at any time by letting your case manager know.

The quickest way to discover more details is to sign in to MyHumana.com and visit the MyHealth section. Individualized support and programs may be eligible to you. A case manager may contact you shortly after enrolling to explain more.

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