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The region you selected has transitioned to One Medical Seniors. Although our name has changed, you’ll get the same great care. Click below to be redirected to the One Medical Seniors website.

Office update 

Our offices in Arizona, Colorado & Washington have officially moved over to One Medical Seniors. Although our name has changed, you’ll get the same great care you expect from Iora at the same convenient office. To learn more or get care, click the link below to be redirected to the One Medical website. Please note — OneMedical.com is only available in English at this time. 

Becoming One Medical Seniors: We’re in the process of bringing Iora Primary Care into the One Medical family.

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3 Reasons to Work with a Local Health Insurance Agent

Medicare is a complex system and the number of Medicare plans available to patients can sometimes feel overwhelming! Add to that plans change annually, meaning the plan that was the “right fit” for you when you first aged into Medicare might not be the right fit a few years later. 

How, then, can you best set yourself up for success? Work with a local health insurance agent.

Here are our top 3 reasons why you should work with a local health insurance agent: 

1. A local Medicare insurance agent can be an invaluable resource. They will know the options that are available in your county. They are trained on the plan changes each year and can help make sure you are on the best plan for your needs. They can be a resource for you throughout the year. A good agent will be there for you beyond enrolling in a plan the first time.

2. Local Medicare insurance agents are a key part of the Iora team! We love it when our patients have a local health insurance agent because we know a local agent is an extra layer of support. 

3. When you work with a local health insurance agent, you are supporting your local community and in some cases, a local small business. 

 

For more information on Medicare insurance resources, visit our Live Better Blog for more articles like When and How to Sign Up for Medicare and Medicare Parts A, B, C, D, E and F Explained.

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