Humana addresses Georgia Medicaid plans on new ‘Top Docs’ show
The latest edition of the Medical Association of Georgia’s (MAG) ‘Top Docs’ show addresses Humana’s plans to expand its Medicaid business into Georgia, and it features Humana Medicaid Regional President Jocelyn Chisholm Carter, J.D.
– Humana’s Medicaid business and its new ‘Humana Healthy Horizons’ brand
– Humana’s plans to expand its Medicaid business into Georgia
– Humana’s value-based model
– Humana’s ‘Bold Goal’ strategy
– How Humana has supported its communities during the pandemic
Carter is the Regional President for Humana’s Florida Medicaid and Long-Term Care business. She is an attorney who has more than 25 years of experience in the health care sector. Before she joined Humana, Carter held several key leadership positions with UnitedHealthcare – including being the CEO for United’s Mississippi and New Jersey Medicaid plans. She has a law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law. A native of Georgia, Carter received her bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University.
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