Choosing a Medicare Plan for the First Time? Inter Valley Health Plan Answers Most Common Medicare Questions Asked by Orange County Baby Boomers
<0> Inter Valley Health PlanLacey Trejo, 818-517-7143 </0>
It seems like just yesterday they were wearing bell bottoms and flashing peace signs, but flash forward 40 years and thousands of Orange County Baby Boomers are about to become eligible for Medicare.
Over the next 18 years, baby boomers will be turning 65 at the rate of about 8,500 a day, nationally. And locally, with more than 760,000 baby boomers, Orange County is also predicting a surge in seniors in the coming years.
Inter Valley Health Plan (), a not-for-profit, federally qualified, Medicare Advantage health plan dedicated to providing the best value in senior health care coverage, recently expanded its Medicare services to the North Orange County, now covering Riverside, San Bernardino and portions of Los Angeles and Orange.
With more than 34 years’ experience serving seniors in Southern California, Inter Valley has heard virtually every question Medicare eligibles have had. Here is a list of the more common questions Orange County Baby Boomers (and seniors) have about Medicare plans today.
The Annual enrollment period for Medicare Advantage plans is October 15 – December 7, 2013. During this time, those age 65 and over or permanently disabled - or just looking to switch plans - should research their options to choose the best health plan to meet their individual needs. Any changes made during this time will take effect January 1, 2014.
For additional tips and for more information regarding Inter Valley’s Medicare Advantage Plans, visit one of the many Medicare Information and Vitality Centers or call (800) 251-8191/TTY/TDD DEVICES (800) 505-7150 or visit .
Inter Valley Health Plan is a not-for-profit, federally qualified, HMO contracted with Medicare and dedicated to providing the best value in senior health care coverage. Headquartered in Pomona, Calif., Inter Valley Health Plan strives to improve the quality of life for seniors throughout its service area and is one of the oldest managed care plans in Southern California with over 30 years in business. Entrusted by 20,200 individuals stretching from Los Angeles to Orange County to Palm Springs, Riverside, Hemet, Victorville, Temecula, and virtually every city and town in between, Inter Valley Health Plan is dedicated to keeping its members healthy and strong, while maintaining non-profit and real service values. For more information, please visit or call Cyndie O’Brien, VP Marketing & Communications, (909) 623-6333. Also, please become a fan of us on Facebook at .