Email to Humana Corporate Communications

Email address of corporate communications: enason@humana.com // found on this article filed under the tag Bruce Broussard, which is the Humana President.  


I posted this blog about our Humana experience in regards to my daughter’s therapy approvals and denials. HumanaHelp on Twitter reached out to me and requested information to help, as did Humana on FB, to which I replied to both immediately. No response was provided. I emailed Bruce Broussard via LinkedIn yesterday (no response, not surprised) and tweeted him this morning. There are some local news anchors pitching our story this morning and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was picked up. The details are clearly documented by multiple hospitals, Dr.’s, etc and the Humana response is deplorable. 

In just one day on FB there were 63 shares and 171 likes on our blog, not to mention, it got Humana’s attention, however no one has done anything. I will continue to blitz my daughter’s story until something is done with a favorable outcome…the outcome that was originally promised to my daughter.

Can you do anything? Can you put me in touch with someone who can?

Sincerely,
AM
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5 Replies to “Email to Humana Corporate Communications”

  1. Anne-Marie I have spoken with Gina at Senator Andy Gardiner’s office and she wants to speak with you so they can see what they can do to help, please call her at 407-428-5800. Praying for Reagan and you guys.

  2. Hey Anne-Marie I have been reading your blog, as I also attend Summit, and connected to you through various friends. I used to work at Humana, do you know what areas you were reaching out to? I can talk to some of my previous co-workers and hopefully get you talking to the right person! 🙂

  3. AM,

    Is Holly trying to possibly do a story on Reagan? I really hope she can help you. Also, this photo of Reagan above <3 Absolutely precious! Would it help if we bombarded these individuals mailboxes with copies of your email? I'm willing to help!

  4. I got here from a friend’s FB share. I can’t help you with dealing with this insurance company, but I have 2 special needs kids myself. Have you looked at Children’s Medical Services for insurance, or Early Steps, for therapy. Both are state programs to assist special needs children. Fighting for our kids is the hardest thing we have to do. Praying for you. Praise God you have an awesome nurse to be working with.

  5. BTW: My friend here has a brother in law who is an executive vp at Humana. His name is Fred Wheeler and he is a UCF (actually when it was FTU) graduate. I don’t have any contact info on him, but perhaps having his name will help.

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