2019 Aetna Medicare Plans in Riverside County are both HMO and PPO. This is a great option for Medicare Members who wish to compare the two options.
- 2019 Aetna Medicare Advantage PPO & HMO plan enrollments during open-enrollment will have plan start dates of January 1.
Open-Enrollment started October 15 and ends December 7. All changes and new enrollments take effect on January 1 2019. Call me after October 1, that is when I will have access to all Medicare Advantage companies and plans through out California. Or check back here, I should have the information online.
2019 Aetna Medicare Advantage Plans:
2019 Aetna PPO plans in CA also offer…
We’ve got the ONLY PPO plans with a national network in Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Kern and Fresno. That means members have the freedom to see any provider in our extensive PPO network across the country. And with the Explorer feature, they can be outside of the service area for up to 12 months.
- $73 or $81 PPO premium options with very rich Part D coverage
- $0 Rx copays on Tiers 1 and 2 at preferred pharmacies in select markets
- No referrals needed for specialist care
- $125 eyewear allowance for any licensed provider
- Dental and hearing aid buy-up options:
- $23 dental monthly premium option
- $26 dental and hearing monthly premium option
- National PPO network includes:
- 700,000+ doctors across the US
- 3,000+ hospitals
- 65,000 network pharmacies & 23,000 preferred pharmacies
Medicare PPO plans offer freedom of choice with doctors and hospitals. Although you will pay more if you see a doctor or hospital which is considered “out-of-network.” PPO’s typically have higher copays and or deductibles than their counterpart, the HMO plan. Flexibility is usually why a person will enroll in a PPO. The ability to see several different doctors without needing a referral from their Primary Care Physician.
Medicare HMO plans typically offer $0 premium plans, have very comprehensive coverage and many times includes basic dental or vision coverage. The downside to HMO plans are they are very restrictive when you are wishing to see different doctors. When you sign up for the HMO, you need to choose one doctor from their list, and that doctor organizes your care and will refer you to a specialist within the same medical group. But the referral must first be approved.
To join Aetna Medicare Select Plan (HMO), you must be entitled to Medicare Part A, be enrolled in Medicare Part B, and live in our service area which includes Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
Medicare HMO and PPO plans usually include the Medicare Part D Rx coverage. Medicare Supplement plans do NOT include the Part D coverage, so you will need to enroll in a stand-along-plan to help pay for your medications. Feel free to call me, I can help you with finding a Part D Rx plan to fit your prescription needs.
Enrolling in any of the above plans is quick and easy.
Print the Application and once finished fax to: 916-258-0296.
Questions? Call or email today.