Are you Eligible?
What Plans are Available to You?
- Humana Standard – This is the basic prescription drug plan. Regular prescription drug users will pay the deductible and then a small percentage of their medication costs. Many people find this to be more than enough over for general prescription drug use. Even healthy customers can benefit from buying one of these policies now, in order to save paying out of pocket costs later on.
- Humana Enhanced – This plan covers those with chronic conditions that require several medications, but at sporadic intervals. If you suffer from a recurring condition that is managed by you and your physician, this could be the plan for you. Plenty of Humana Medicare Part D customers belong to this category as, this being a service designed for 65+ year olds, the likelihood of a customer having a medical condition is higher.
- Humana Complete – This, as the name suggests is the most comprehensive of all Humana plans. This plan is designed for those who rely on prescription medications to lead a normal life. This cover ensures that you don’t go without when you hit the ‘doughnut hole’ (the period for which you would normally have to pay for prescriptions after $2,249.00 worth of coverage. Anybody with a serious condition should talk with their agent about the benefits of this Humana plan.
There Really is a Plan for Everybody!
Provided you fit the eligibility criteria, Humana D will welcome you to join their countless satisfied policyholders with appropriate, comprehensive cover. With premiums costing less than $20.00 per month, the benefits of Medicare Part D far outweigh the expense.
For lower premiums monthly and complete coverage, select Humana as your Medicare insurance provider. Humana’s plans offer a wide variety of options. You can also go with Mutual of Omaha to enroll under Medicare Part D.
The Humana Part D Medicare supplement has been granting its customers peace of mind for decades, and is the nation’s favourite policy provider. Your trusted Medicare agent will help you with any further questions you may have relating to Medicare Part D.