@3dbc+13ns6u9K Don't let the hypocrisy choke you when you spend your AIP
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So the 21 female older nurses, many being minorities, moved to telephonic management to avoid paying severance, harassed and forced to quit in 2019 contributed to this profit, correct? Thanks for the info. Important to know. Whatever happened to these nurses anyway? This is a layoff site after all? Its important that these CMs get justice and those that follow. 700 + women win discrimination suit against Humana, unpaid overtime, violation of FMLA through conspiracy with Unum. So bad. So wrong. Great profits Humana. While you sue the d–g companies for billions, you force your CMs to justify insulin and chemotherapy denials to clients and force CMs into pharmacy roles to announce deceptively that Zofran is Humana's d–g of choice for dizziness? How much profit? Please keep bragging. Wow. Just wow. Some of us just wont go away.
Show me the money
Way to go. And yet my raise is miserable.
Humana records big profit boost in 2019, adding 500,000 to Medicare ranks
- LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Louisville-based Humana Inc.’s pre-tax profit jumped 68%, to $3.4 billion, in 2019 as the Medicare-focused insurer added 523,000 seniors to its bread-and-butter business, Medicare Advantage.
- The 17% growth in individual Medicare Advantage customers – Humana now has 3.5 million in all – was the highest increase in a decade, Humana CEO Bruce Broussard said on the company’s quarterly earnings call Wednesday.
- Humana forecasts adding another 270,000 to 330,000 seniors to its Medicare plans in 2020, which Broussard said would “at a minimum” match the general growth rate of the industry.