While Humana Inc., like other health insurers, has seen its profits swell as members avoided non-coronavirus-related care during the pandemic, the company is making it crystal clear that those financial gains will be erased before the year is over — even if the use of medical services doesn’t fully bounce back. “We continue to expect our results for the second half of 2020, including an anticipated loss in the fourth quarter, to entirely offset the significant outperformance experienced in the first half of the year that resulted from historically low medical utilization levels,” Chief Financial Officer Brian Kane said during Humana’s Nov. 3 earnings call to discuss third-quarter results, according to a transcript from The Motley Fool.
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