Humana Inc. is partnering with Longevity Health, a clinical services company and national Institutional Special Needs (I-SNP) plan, on new I-SNP offerings in Georgia and South Carolina. These SNPs are “designed to materially improve health outcomes through holistic, patient-centric care plans,” according to a May 4 press release. Following the initial launch, the partnership with expand to five more states in 2024, with more geographies to come in 2025. Plan benefits will include onsite clinicians dedicated to comprehensive care management, $0 copays for primary care and behavioral health visits, transportation to medical appointments and hearing aid coverage. Longevity currently enrolls 4,768 members in its I-SNP plans in seven states. Humana, meanwhile, enrolls 829,093 members in Special Needs Plans nationwide.
Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans