CHESTERFIELD, Mo., Oct. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Medicare open enrollment is underway and this year consumers may select Home State Health’s Medicare Advantage products, branded as Allwell from Home State Health. The new national Allwell brand unites our family of local and regional Medicare plans under one umbrella and will allow our network of experts and valued providers to deliver outstanding benefits and superior services to members, delivered locally through their health plan, Home State Health.
Medicare is a government health insurance program for people age 65 or older. It may also cover certain younger people with disabilities, as well as those suffering from End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Medicare beneficiaries can start shopping for an Allwell product that will meet their healthcare needs and budget during the Open Enrollment periodOct. 15, 2017 through Dec. 7, 2017. Consumers and their family members can compare and purchase products on theAllwell from Home State Health website.
“The addition of Allwell fits well with Home State Health’s product portfolio and will help further our mission to improve the health of our community, one individual at a time,” said Nathan Landsbaum, President and CEO of Home State Health.
Home State Health Plan has been providing Medicaid healthcare services to members in Missouri since 2012. The health plan currently serves more than 270,000 members throughout the state.
Home State Health is a managed care plan that provides health insurance to the people of Missouri. Established in 2012, Home State Health exists to improve the health of its members through focused, compassionate and coordinated care. Home State Health is owned by a joint venture of Centene Corporation and Missouri Community Health Access. Centene Corporation, is a diversified, multi-national healthcare enterprise. For more information, visit www.homestatehealth.com.
Allwell has a contract with Medicare offer HMO plans. Enrollment in an Allwell Medicare Advantage plan depends on the renewal of these contracts.