One of the better medicare insurance supplemental plans you will see when you use the form above is the HUMANA Medicare Advantage Plan 2019.
A Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) may help lower your prescription expenses and protect against higher costs in the future. However, you can’t get prescription drug coverage through Original Medicare. Part D stand-alone prescription drug plans are only offered by private companies. Like Humana, that has a contract with Medicare to administer the Part D Medicare plans. Each Humana Part D Medicare Supplement plan provides coverage for a specific Drug List, called a formulary. Choose your part D plan carefully to make sure that it covers the medicine you take regularly.
Humana Medicare 2019 offers the following plans:
Getting the Humana Walmart Rx Plan (PDP) – your co-pay expenses will be lower when you get your prescriptions at authorized network retail pharmacies that have preferred cost sharing. These US-wide locations include Walmart, Sam’s Club and Walmart Neighborhood Market. It is possible to use other local pharmacies in the network but you risk paying more for drugs at drugstore locations other than the ones listed here.
(Private Free For Service) Provides flexibility to choose almost any doctor as long as the provider accepts Humana’s payment terms and conditions. Affordable monthly premiums and $0 coverage for most annual screenings.
(Health Maintenance Organization) This plan offers a $0 coverage for most annual screenings, a choice of primary care physician and a more predictable out of pocket cost that might make it easier on your budget.
Here you get referral free visits to any doctor in the nation. You can also choose any doctor or hospital with most plans.
This plan is the type of Medicare Advantage which combines all benefits from the Original Medicare Parts (A&B) including prescription drug coverage Part (D) and are available to beneficiaries with specific health conditions.
As with any other Medicare Advantage plans you must maintain your Medicare Part B premiums.