Maximize Benifits

Lower-cost options for prescription drugs

To help you control the rising cost of prescription drugs, Humana created Maximize Your Benefit® (MYB). This program provides information about your drug benefits and possible lower-cost options for expensive prescription drugs.

What you get from Maximize Your Benefit

MYB will send you an alert whenever you fill a prescription if a less expensive medication is available. We’ll also estimate how much you’ll save for the year if you change to the lower-cost option.

We may contact you in one or more of the following ways:

  • Postal mail
  • Voice-activated technology phone calls
  • Email

Save more on medications with these tools

Your secure website

MyHumana is your personal, secure website on Humana.com. By registering for MyHumana you’ll get free information about:
  • Generics and other medicine options
  • Other savings resources

If you haven’t signed up, MyHumana is waiting for you!

Register for MyHumana (link opens in new window) 

Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports, an organization trusted by the public to provide honest product reviews, has created a buyer’s guide to medications. Among the details in their report is the revelation that many brand-name prescription drugs provide no better treatment than other less expensive drugs. In some cases, those alternates are even available without a prescription.

You can learn more by reading the full guide from Consumer Reports.

View Best Buy Drugs (link opens in new window) 

Save with RightSource Mail-Order Rx

You may be able to save with mail delivery from Humana Pharmacy

You can have your prescriptions shipped to the location of your choice by Humana Pharmacy®.

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