Aetna Humana Merger
Acquired by Aetna in 2015 for $37 billion, Humana will merge with the Aetna brand by 2016.
Humana One offers individual medical coverage to the under-65 market, and current policyholders should not expect changes or cancellations until 2016.
Humana, Inc. was established as an insurer in 1980. The company was originally founded by two lawyers as a small nursing home franchise in 1961, which was sold as the business partners purchased hospitals and would later sell insurance coverage.
The Humana family of companies has included Humana One medical, dental, vision and pharmacy coverage for individuals and families, and covers Medicare beneficiaries and employer groups.
Humana, Inc. has received numerous awards and recognitions over the years. In 2015, A.M. Best rated Humana, Inc. “A-” for financial strength. The J.D. Power 2015 Member Health Plan Study found that Humana plans ranked highest for member satisfaction in the Southern U.S.
The carrier was also ranked in DiversityInc’s Top 25 Noteworthy Company list, and was awarded a perfect 100 by the Human Rights Campaign as a “Best Place to Work” for workplace diversity and inclusion.
- 544,000 medical providers
- 4,000 hospitals
- 60,000 pharmacies
Humana Individual Health Insurance
Humana covers individual consumers both on and off the health insurance exchanges, participating in most states serviced by Healthcare.gov. You can find very affordable HMO plans through your state exchange, or purchase directly from Humana for a wider variety of provider network and prescription coverage options.
Depending on your state’s selection, you can choose from HMO, PPO or POS policies.
For costs and coverage available in your area, get a quote or call a licensed insurance agent at 888.803.5917.
East Coast Health Insurance currently includes Humana in nearly every state on our health insurance quote engine.
View state-specific Humana One health insurance information below.