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About the Oklahoma Health Insurance Exchange

Oklahoma Insurance Marketplace 2018 Open Enrollment
runs from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017.

You can get healthcare insurance thru the Oklahoma Insurance Marketplace during open enrollment.

You can choose to compare health insurance rates
directly from major health insurance carriers any time throughout the year!
Right here on this site.

Just put in your zip code in the box above to view agents near you. FOR FREE!

OR CALL 1-855-401-8383

Historically Oklahoma has had a high rate of uninsured as with many other states. Since the ACA “Affordable Care Act” came into effect this has expanded including many more options for coverage giving those in the state access to benefits for individual and family health insurance.

You can purchase ACA compliant minimum essential coverage if you’re a in Oklahoma without a job based health insurance. This can be done away from the state exchange or done with public programs like Medicaid and CHIP.

Oklahoma – Affordable Care Act:

Oklahoma’s health insurance exchange is operated by the federal government. Those who do purchase coverage on the Health Insurance marketplace; may be able to find help in lowering monthly premiums, out of pocket healthcare expenses; if eligible for the income based financial assistance.

Oklahoman’s who don’t qualify for the premium tax credits and or cost sharing subsidies can consider healthcare planes that are sold in the private marketplace.

Oklahoman’s consider other dental benefits or supplemental health plans, Medicare supplement plans, or short-term coverage. SHOP “Small Business Health Options Program is also available for employers that have 50 or lest full time employees.

Medicaid expansion – Oklahoma:

Qualifying for the program and to receive benefits you must be an Oklahoma state resident. You must be a permanent resident, legal alien, U.S. national, citizen that needs health care insurance assistance and who has a low or very low income. You also must be either blind or pregnant or have a disability or have a family member in the household with a disability or be the one responsible for children that are under the age of 19, or be 65 years old or older.

CHIP:

CHIP; this is a part of Oklahoma Medicaid and provides medical assistance for children age 19 and younger. The program is a free or low-cost health insurance plan. Services covered can include medical, eyeglasses, dental, and many other related healthcare services.

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