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Humana expands onehome into Virginia 

Humana expands onehome into Virginia 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Humana is bringing its onehome value-based home care model to Virginia, as it continues to build its Home Solutions business. 

onehome, a subsidiary of Humana, will coordinate convenient in-home care services for Humana Medicare Advantage plan members in the state, working closely with existing home care providers in the market. 

“Humana’s acquisition of onehome in 2021 and expansion into Virginia this year further advances the company’s commitment to building our Home Solutions business and value-based offerings,” said Andrew Agwunobi, M.D., MBA, president of Humana’s Home Solutions business. “There is a tremendous need for a care model that provides high quality, fully-integrated care in the home at reduced cost. Humana’s value-based approach aims to deliver on that promise and on our mission of bringing healing home.” 

onehome’s integrated model creates a single point of accountability that takes into account the needs of patients, physicians, hospitals and health plans for home-based patient care, with that care largely delivered through a network of local home care providers. The services onehome coordinates include infusion care, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy and DME. 

In Virginia, onehome’s value-based model is first rolling out in Richmond, Roanoke and Southern Virginia counties. Within several months, onehome will be available to coordinate home care services for Humana Medicare Advantage plan members throughout the state, as well as in North Carolina, totaling more than 500,000 people. In the future, these services will be payer agnostic, and onehome will accept Medicare health insurance plans in Virginia and North Carolina other than Humana. 

Within five years, Humana expects 50% of its Medicare Advantage members to have access to the company’s value-based home care model.  


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