Humana Medicare Advantage plans for Senior Citizens Bureau members

Humana (NYSE: HUM) and The Senior Citizens Bureau (SCB) are collaborating to offer Humana Medicare Advantage plans to more than 500,000 SCB members. The Senior Citizens Bureau is one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations for seniors, and Humana is one of the nation’s largest publicly traded health and supplemental benefits companies with nearly 10.3 million medical members and 6.8 million specialty members.

SCB Medicare Solutions, the name of the new collaborative program, will strive to provide SCB members with high quality, a broad selection and the best value in Medicare health insurance options and service available.

“We’re excited and honored to have Humana Medicare’s sponsorship and support,” said Valerie Stephenson, executive director of the Senior Citizens Bureau. “With ‘SCB Medicare Solutions,’ we’ve simplified insurance options for seniors and made the process easy. In this day and age, this is something they truly appreciate and value, so it’s an important service for us to offer.”

SCB members will have access to a nationwide network of Humana insurance agents who know and understand Humana’s Medicare products and how Medicare works for seniors.

“The Senior Citizens Bureau shares Humana’s commitment to protecting the futures of seniors by offering them products that meet their health care needs,” said Craig Uchytil, vice president of strategic alliances with Humana. “SCB and Humana share some of the same core values, including maintaining integrity in all endeavors; providing customers with products and services of measurable value, and helping Americans live long, healthy and purposeful lives.”

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  1. D McHenry D McHenry United States says:

    We signed up for a 0 plan in the Nov - Dec period because what we had went from $28 to $123.  It did not have a prescription plan.  We found one with Secure Horizons and signed up with them.  We Got a letter from Humana that said we were cancelled.  Don't believe them.  They debited our checking acount 2 times $123.  On a limited income this is very hard to pay your bills when $246 is taken from your account.  Called them - gee they don't know how it happened.  Have we got our money back yet - NO.  Called this morning.  They are working on it (don't believe that) and it will take at least a week for accounting to straighten it out.  The person on the line said they would e-mail accounting.  That is like saying the check is in the mail.  Don't really know how to get this straightened out except to just keep calling.  They have our money by fraud.  Anyone know of anything else that can be done.  Thanks

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