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2023 Medicare Advantage in Oklahoma

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Medicare Advantage Plans in Oklahoma - Comparison and Eligibilty

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There are 1,706 different Oklahoma Medicare Advantage plans in 2023.1

A licensed insurance agent can help you compare the benefits and costs of Medicare Advantage plans that are available where you live in Oklahoma.

Average costs of Medicare Advantage Plans in Oklahoma

The average premium for Oklahoma Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage in 2023 is $17.30 per month, and you may be able to find plans that feature $0 premiums.Plus, the average deductible for Oklahoma plans is just $1.20 per year in 2023.1

Medicare Advantage plan premiums, out-of-pocket spending limits and other costs can vary depending on where you live and the plan you have. A licensed insurance agent can help you compare Medicare Advantage plan costs in your area.

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Medicare Eligibility & Enrollment In Oklahoma

Enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan in the state of Oklahoma requires first belonging to Original Medicare (Part A and Part B).

In order to sign up for Original Medicare at age 65, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident who has lived in the U.S. for five continuous years.

  • You or your spouse must have worked long enough to be eligible for Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits.

  • You or your spouse must be government employees or retirees who have not paid into Social Security but have paid Medicare payroll taxes.

You could potentially be eligible to receive Medicare benefits before 65 if:

  • You have been receiving Social Security disability benefits or certain Railroad Retirement Board disability benefits for at least 24 months.

  • You have ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease).

  • You have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), and you or your spouse have paid Social Security taxes for a certain length of time.

If you have ESRD, you may be able to enroll in a Oklahoma Medicare Special Needs Plan (SNP) that is specifically designed to help meet your health care needs, though you may not be eligible for most other types of Medicare Advantage plans.

How to sign up for a Medicare Advantage Plan in Oklahoma

The first time you may be able to enroll in a Oklahoma Medicare Part C plan is during your Medicare Initial Enrollment Period (IEP).

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This seven-month period begins three months before your 65th birthday, includes the month of your birthday and extends for three additional months thereafter. 

You may also be able to sign up for Medicare Advantage during one of the following enrollment periods:

Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period: January 1 – March 31

If you're already enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, you may switch Medicare Advantage plans or drop your Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare during the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period.

This period lasts from Jan. 1 to March 31 every year.

If you return to Original Medicare during this period, you'll be able to join a Medicare standalone prescription drug plan (Medicare Part D).

Fall Medicare Open Enrollment Period (AEP): October 15 – December 7

You may be able to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan or switch from one Medicare Advantage plan to another during Medicare's fall open enrollment period, also called the Annual Enrollment Period or AEP.

AEP lasts from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7 every year.

You may also drop your existing Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare during this period.

During AEP, you may also join, switch or drop a Medicare Part D plan. 

Medicare Special Enrollment Periods (SEP)

You may potentially be granted a Medicare Special Enrollment Period (SEP) at any time throughout the year, if you meet certain requirements.

A licensed insurance agent can help you find out if you qualify for a Medicare Special Enrollment Period.

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Top-rated Medicare Advantage Plans in Oklahoma 2023

Each year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issues Star Ratings for all Medicare Advantage plan. The Star Ratings use a system of one to five stars.

If a Medicare Advantage plan is rated four or more stars out of five stars, it is considered a top-rated plan for that year.

53.3% of Medicare Advantage plans in Oklahoma that include prescription drug benefits are rated four stars or higher in 2023.2

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The following five categories are evaluated by CMS in order to come up with a plan's Star Rating:

  • Preventive care and health maintenance (screenings, tests, vaccines, etc.)
  • Management of chronic conditions
  • Member experiences and ratings of the plan
  • Member complaints, problems receiving services and member retention
  • Customer service

The Star Rating evaluation information comes from Medicare’s regular monitoring activities as well as plan member surveys.

List of Medicare Advantage Plans Available in Oklahoma in 2023

To view a list of plans offered in your area within Oklahoma, use our plan comparison tool.

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Private insurance companies offer Medicare Advantage plans in Oklahoma

Depending on where you live in Oklahoma, several insurance carriers may offer Medicare Advantage plans in your area.

Private insurance companies offer Medicare Advantage plans that may be unique to the plan area they serve.

When you’re shopping for Medicare Advantage plans in Oklahoma, you can consider some of the following information as you compare your options:

  • The Medicare Star Ratings can give you an idea of a plan’s overall quality.

  • Agencies like A.M. Best, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s can provide information about an insurance company’s credit rating and financial standing.

  • Websites such as the Better Business Bureau and Consumer Reports can teach you about a company’s reputation among its customers.

  • You can read through Medicare Advantage plan reviews and testimonials from customers.

Oklahoma Medicare Advantage plans by county

Learn more about 2023 Medicare Advantage plans by county in Oklahoma.

OK Medicare Advantage enrollees by plan type

The major types of Medicare Advantage plans include:

  • HMO
    If you have a Medicare Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plan, you are usually required to use health care providers and pharmacies that are part of the plan’s network (except in the case of emergencies).

    You are also typically required to get a referral from a primary care doctor in order to see a specialist.

  • PPO
    If you have a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan, you may able to see providers outside of their plan’s network, though at a higher cost.

    PPO plans typically do not require you to acquire a referral before visiting a specialist.

  • PFFS
    If you have a Private Fee-For-Service (PFFS) plan, the plan will determine how much it pays for your services at the time that you receive them.

    With most PFFS plans, you can typically visit any provider who accepts Medicare as well as your plan terms. Not all providers will accept a PFFS plan's terms.

  • SNP
    A Special Needs Plan (SNP) is a type of Medicare Advantage plan limited to people with certain chronic conditions and other specific characteristics, such as being dual eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.

Not all of these types of plans may be available in your area. A licensed insurance agent can help you compare the types of 2023 Oklahoma Medicare Advantage plans that are available where you live.

Local health insurance resources in Oklahoma

  • The Senior Health Insurance Counseling Program is a non-profit organization in Oklahoma that is dedicated to providing free and objective assistance to the state’s Medicare beneficiaries.

    The Oklahoma SHICP aim to help older adults better understand their insurance and make better use of their Medicare coverage. The program may be reached at 800-763-2828.     

  • You can also explore more information about the insurance industry in Oklahoma by visiting the state’s Department of Insurance website.

  • Oklahoma Prescription Drug Assistance Programs
    The state of Oklahoma has a number of programs designed to help with the cost of prescription drugs. There are programs for both Medicare beneficiaries and non-Medicare beneficiaries alike that can cover the cost of premiums and cost-sharing or even lower the cost of the drugs themselves.


2's The Best States for Medicare report.

3 Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.