Oklahoma Health Insurance
People who reside in the state of Oklahoma will be glad to know there are countless health insurance plans to choose from, as well as many insurance firms that provide them. These plans are designed for people of all ages and occupations and are suitable for those with various health care needs.
Here you’ll be able to locate beneficial information regarding the various plans and insurers in Oklahoma. You’ll also learn which state health insurance rules, regulations, and laws may affect your search. Public health insurance programs are also available in Oklahoma, along with financial assistance opportunities. You’ll be able to find information about those here, as well.
Comparing health insurance quotes from a variety of insurance companies in Oklahoma is a good idea. You can receive free, instant quotes here by simply filling in the form below.
If you’re not a resident of Oklahoma, there’s no need to worry as you’ll be able to search for health insurance by state.
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Oklahoma health insurance companies look at every applicant's health history before they provide coverage and set monthly premiums.
If an applicant is turned down for Oklahoma health insurance coverage, he or she can purchase a plan through the Oklahoma Health Insurance High-Risk Pool. Under this program, any person can be accepted into coverage regardless of pre-existing health conditions or poor health history.
Keep in mind that plans in the high risk pool can be expensive.
In the private health insurance market, Oklahoma health insurance law requires that all health plans provide coverage for these medical services:
- Screening for prostate, colorectal, and cervical cancer
- Care for pregnant women
- Hearing aids for children
- Vaccinations for children
Oklahoma health insurance law also requires mental health parity, which means Oklahoma health insurance companies must provide equal benefits for physical health conditions and mental health conditions.
Low-income residents can receive financial assistance for health coverage through a few different Oklahoma health insurance programs. They include:
- Medicaid (SoonerCare) The Medicaid program in Oklahoma is called SoonerCare, and provides health insurance for some low-income children, adults, and families, along with disabled citizens. To learn more about SoonerCare, visit this Oklahoma health insurance program online.
- Insure Oklahoma/O-EPIC This program helps small business employees and individuals in Oklahoma get access to low-cost health insurance plans. To learn more about O-EPIC, visit their website.
- Oklahoma Cares Women in Oklahoma who meet income eligibility limits and other requirements can receive free mammograms and cervical cancer screening through this program. If diagnosed with cancer through Oklahoma cares, a woman can receive full health insurance benefits through SoonerCare. Learn more about this Oklahoma health insurance for women here.
- Oklahoma Medicare
Seniors can find Oklahoma health insurance through Medicare Advantage, Supplement and Original Medicare.
Certain trade workers and early retirees in Oklahoma may also qualify for the Federal Health Coverage Tax Credit, which pays for a portion of health plan premiums. Find more information here.
Residents in Oklahoma with medical conditions will be able to get health insurance from a high risk pool set up by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) in Oklahoma will work similar to regular Oklahoma health insurance plans. The plans will require enrollees to pay affordable premiums and out-of-pocket costs.
Enrollees in the Oklahoma PCIP will pay around the same amount that people without pre-existing conditions pay for health insurance. The estimated premiums for Oklahoma residents range from $137 to $702 per month. The plan has a $2,000 deductible for medical services and a $200 deductible for prescription drugs. There is also an out-of-pocket limit set at $5,950 a year.
People in Oklahoma with medical conditions will have coverage for prescription drugs, emergency services, doctor and hospital visits and more.
Individuals may apply for the Oklahoma program if they have a pre-existing condition, are a United States citizen, and have been without health insurance for six months.
For more information on the Oklahoma health insurance high risk pools visit http://www.healthcare.gov/index.html.
The following list of companies offer Oklahoma health insurance plans:
Aetna is one of the largest health insurance providers in America with more than 30 million members. Their network includes over 787,000 health care professionals.
Click here to view Aetna Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Assurant Health, headquartered in Milwaukee, has been offering quality insurance products and coverage to over 1 million members since 1982. Assurant is committed to providing health insurance plans that have broad coverage while providing valuable protection.
Click here to view Assurant Health Health Insurance in Oklahoma
As a non-profit insurance company, BCBS of Oklahoma provides a wide variety of health insurance plans with superior customer service.
Click here to view Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Celtic concentrates on individual health insurance, offering a wide variety of plans for both individuals and families.
Click here to view Celtic Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Companion Life Insurance Company specializes in employee benefit plans in 45 states and the District of Columbia. They have been providing these services and coverage for the last 35 years, becoming a single source for affordable life, disability, accident, dental, vision, and other specialty insurance programs.
Click here to view Companion Life Insurance Company Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Golden Rule Insurance Company provides affordable and customized health insurance plans for millions of individuals and families.
Click here to view Golden Rule Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Great American Insurance Company, a part of Great American Financial Resources Inc,, is a leading provider of health insurance and other coverage solutions.
Click here to view Great American Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Through affordable health insurance options, Humana helps their members better manage their healthcare and make informed health decisions.
Click here to view Humana Health Insurance in Oklahoma
John Alden Life Insurance has been selling health coverage throughout America since 1961. Today, they are part of Assurant. John Alden plans include individual health and small group coverage. They also sell Health Savings Account plans.
Click here to view John Alden Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Started in 1978, IAC offers management services to large companies who self-insure.
Click here to view Standard Security Life Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Today, Time Insurance is known as Assurant Health with insurance coverage for individuals, students, families, seniors, and businesses.
Click here to view Time Insurance Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Today, Time Short Term health insurance is offered through the Assurant name. Time short term health plans provide comprehensive coverage for a temporary period of time at affordable rates.
Click here to view Time Short Term Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Golden Rule, a UnitedHealthcare company, has been offering affordable health insurance solutions for over 60 years.
Click here to view UnitedHealthOne Health Insurance in Oklahoma
World Insurance offers several types of individual health insurance ranging from dental coverage to comprehensive major medical plans.
Click here to view WorldIns ExpressMed Health Insurance in Oklahoma
Find the contact information for the Oklahoma health insurance and health departments at:
Oklahoma Insurance Department
P.O. Box 53408
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3408
2401 N.W. 23rd Street, Suite 28
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
Phone: (405) 521-2828
1000 NE 10th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117