How to Get Access to Renown Doctors

In Northern Nevada’s health care market, Renown is on the forefront of people’s minds. People specifically choose health plans with access to Renown doctors. Fortunately, Renown owns two insurance companies: Hometown Health and Senior Care Plus. Since both insurance plans are owned by Renown, all insured members on these plans have access to Renown doctors. All of these health care plans are also classified as major medical or Medicare policies approved by the Nevada Division of Insurance.

Hometown Health

Hometown Health offers a handful of health insurance plans in Nevada. They specifically offer health insurance plans to:

  • Small employers
  • Large employers
  • Individual and Families

Unfortunately, there is no Medicare with Hometown Health. People who want a Medicare plan can purchase a policy through Senior Care Plus or through the Renown Preferred Plan.

Hometown Health offers both HMO and PPO plans, depending where you live in Nevada. Eligibility for plans is based on a few different factors. Ultimately, we recommend consulting a broker to determine your cost and eligibility for one of their many plans. Once enrolled, you will have access to Renown doctors as well as many other private practitioners in the area.

Enroll in the Renown Medicare plan by clicking on that link!

Most individuals and families enroll in coverage during the Open Enrollment Period. To learn more about the Open Enrollment Period, please click here.

Fortunately, employers can start group health plans at any time of year if they qualify. To quote employer based plans for you and your employees, please click here.

Senior Care Plus & Renown Preferred Plan

If you want a Renown Medicare Advantage Plan, then you have probably heard of Senior Care Plus. Starting on January 1st, 2020 there will be a newly branded Senior Care Plus plan. This new Medicare Advantage plan is called the Renown Preferred Plan. This plan is classified as a Part C Medicare Advantage Plan. To qualify for these Medicare Advantage Plans, you must meet a few eligibility requirements. The major eligibility requirement is to be actively enrolled in both Part A and Part B of Medicare. Fortunately, you do not need to be 65 years old to enroll in Senior Care Plus or the Renown Preferred Plan.

Most people enroll in Medicare Advantage Plans during the Annual Enrollment Period. To learn more about the Annual Enrollment Period, please click here.