Humana has over 14 million customers across the U.S., making it one of the largest insurers in the country. Like many other Medicare supplement plans, Humana Medicare Supplement plans (also called Medigap plans) offer the same core benefits as those from other insurance companies, which include:
- No application fee
- Household discount (varies from state to state)
- Nationwide coverage – see any provider in the U.S. that accepts Medicare
- Guaranteed renewable – your Medicare supplement plan cannot be canceled because of your health
- Fast issuance of your policy
- Temporary ID card delivered electronically if needed
- A free 30-day “look” period where you can go over all the details of your plan and cancel should you change your mind.
Here’s what you need to know before you decide on a Humana plan.
Choosing a Humana Medigap Plan
In order to select a Humana Medicare Supplement plan, you’ll need to be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B. The Humana Medigap plan pays for some of the things that Medicare Parts A and B do not, including things like deductibles, co-insurance or co-pays.
Plans, coverage amounts and costs vary from area to area, and the only true way to get a valid comparison is to determine which plans are available in your area, as well as weigh your service and cost options so that you can find the best fit for your needs. Fortunately, The Health Exchange Agency is here to help walk you through the process to find the best Medicare supplement plan that works for you.