Just like in any other state, in Oklahoma too you get a government-sponsored health insurance policy for your Medicare Benefits. Instead of getting directly through the government, you can also enrol for the Medicare Advantage plan to get both your Original Medicare (A and B) with some added benefits.
The Original Medicare is made of two parts, A and B. For anyone to qualify for the Medicare plan, one has to be a citizen of the United States or must be a legal permanent resident and also has to be above 65 years of age. So if you’re a retired person looking for medicare insurance, these programs may help you get you to benefit. Certain disabilities or health conditions can also qualify for these benefits.
A Medicare-approved private insurance company can also be one of the options for receiving your Medicare Advantage plan in Oklahoma. If you enroll for the Medicare Advantage program, you get all the benefits (Part A and Part B) of Original Medicare but also some added benefits of prescription drug coverage and vision or dental care.
There are several types of Medicare Advantage plans in Oklahoma; for example, the Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans, and Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans. However, not every Medicare Advantage plans may be available in your county in Oklahoma. Also, be aware that you need to continue paying your monthly Part B premium along with any premium Medicare Advantage plan may charge. There are different Medicare Advantage plans in Oklahoma like HMO (Health Maintenance Organisation) plans, and PPO (Preferred Provider Organisation).