The health insurer plans to offer a discount on premium premiums to its most popular customers, including those with preexisting conditions.
The announcement comes after the insurer announced plans in March to offer discounts of up to 20 percent on its insurance coverage, as well as on certain co-payments, to help reduce the cost of coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
Humana said it would work with the Office of Personnel Management and other government agencies to determine how the discounts will be applied.
“Our focus for the year is to help lower costs for the millions of Americans who will be impacted by these new health care reforms,” Humana Chief Executive Mark Bertolini said in a statement.
The move comes after Humana announced plans earlier this month to offer discount policies for some of its members, including members who had health insurance before Obamacare was enacted.
The company also said it will extend its offer to members of the Medicare Advantage program and some small employers, which includes its own health plan.
The company said that it is also working to provide discount plans for those who receive coverage through Medicaid, which provides health insurance to low-income individuals.
The move comes as the House is considering an overhaul of the nation’s health care system, which could result in millions losing coverage.
The news of the new discounts comes after several insurers announced plans this month in an effort to attract healthy customers.
Anthem, which has faced criticism from Republicans for not offering a cheaper option, announced a $25-per-month premium reduction for members with a high-deductible policy and $10-per in-person premium discounts.
A second insurer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia, said on Wednesday that it would offer a $5-per plan to customers who pay a $200 co-payment.
The new plans came after Anthem and Blue Cross announced plans last month to drop a premium hike for some members, which was set to cost the company about $400 million in 2017.
Anthem said it has already reduced the premium for its members by $10.50.
Anthem and other insurers have also said that they will be dropping the monthly co-pays for some new members, so that they can enroll in Medicaid.