LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Humana Inc. Chairman Michael B. McCallister will retire from the health insurer's board of directors a year after he stepped down as CEO.

The Louisville, Ky., company said Monday that McCallister will retire from the board Dec. 31 and be replaced by Kurt J. Hilzinger, a lead director who has served on the board for nearly 10 years.

Humana is one of the nation's largest health insurers and the second-biggest provider of Medicare Advantage plans, which are privately run versions of the government's Medicare program for the elderly and disabled.

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