Oklahoma Medicare Supplement Plans
Oklahoma is located in the South Central region of the United States with a population of 4 million residents. Seniors (ages 65 and older) make up 15% of its total population.
Oklahoma Medicare Facts
- Approximately, 679,000 Oklahoma residents are covered under Medicare (2015, kff.org).
- There are about 180,000 beneficiaries who have an Oklahoma Medicare Supplement Plan or “Medigap” policy. (2015, AHIP.org).
- The most popular Oklahoma Medicare Supplement Plans are Plan F, G, and N. (2015, AHIP.org).
If you have Original Medicare, know that it does not cover certain out-of-pocket expenses such as copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. Medicare beneficiaries in Oklahoma who would like help in paying for these expense have the option to purchase a Oklahoma Medicare Supplement Plan. Also known as Medigap, most states have ten standardized Medicare Supplement plans. Each plan is labeled with a letter from A through N. All policies offer the same basic benefits with some offering additional benefits. The best time to enroll in an Oklahoma Medicare Supplement Plan is during the Medigap Open Enrollment Period which begins the month you turn 65 and enrolled in Medicare Part B. Enrolling after this period, you may be subject to medical underwriting and coverage can be denied due to pre-existing conditions or disabilities.