Gold Plans are for you if you:
Silver Plans are for you if you:
Bronze Plans are for you if you:
If you're not eligible for Medicaid anymore, find a 2024 Individual and Family plan. We can help you choose coverage that continues to meet your health and budget needs.
If you're 64+ and no longer eligible for Medicaid, you may be able to enroll in a Medicare plan.
Blue Access for MembersSM is a powerful tool for managing your Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma health plan benefits. You can opt in to receive your mail digitally, find a doctor and review your coverage. Download the BCBSOK app to get started.
There are a few important steps you should take after enrolling to begin using your benefits. Learn new member tips and find a video that can help you get started.
BCBSOK has large provider networks that spans the state of Oklahoma. Choosing an in-network provider for preventive care, like annual check-ups and some screenings, means you’ll avoid out-of-pocket costs.
The following care will always be covered by your plan: wellness, maternity, newborn/pediatric care, ambulance transport, emergency, hospitalization, lab services, prescription drugs, disease management, mental health, substance use, and rehabilitative services.
We have different plan levels at different costs to best meet your health and budget needs. With our most affordable Bronze level plans, balanced Silver plans and highest coverage Gold plans, you can stay covered how you want.
Living a healthy life means taking care of every health care need – as a member of BCBSOK, you’ll have coverage options to help with your prescription drug, vision care and dental care costs.
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Learn about our health plan rates, why they may change and what it could mean for your health plan rate in the coming year.
Follow your application’s progress after applying.
See if you qualify for a subsidy, also known as a premium tax credit (PTC).
Have questions? We can help whether you're shopping for a plan or need to understand your plan.
Check to see if your doctor and hospital are in-network.