What's Included in Bronze Insurance Plans?

All Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Bronze plans offer the same set of health benefits, quality and amount of care. Your Bronze plan options are different in how much you’ll pay each monthhow much of your health care bill is covered for things like hospital visits and prescriptions and how much your out-of-pocket costs are: 

  • Bronze plans offer affordable health care with the lowest monthly bill, but often the highest out-of-pocket costs 
  • If you don’t have dependents, a Bronze plan can keep your costs low
  • Bronze plans might be a good option if you just turned 26, are single or recently become self-employed
  • In most cases, Bronze plans cover 60% of health care costs while you cover 40%

The Same Great Coverage With a Lower Monthly Cost

A Bronze plan may be for you if you:

  • Don’t have any medical needs or prescription medicines
  • Want to keep your monthly payment low
  • Don’t need to add a spouse or children to your plan
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Your Other Metallic Plan Options

Find out if Gold or Silver plan options are a better fit for your budget and coverage needs.



Find out if a Gold plan may help you save more when you visit the doctor.

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If you have  a family, a Silver plan could be right for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are my Bronze plan options?

    There are 7 Bronze level plans you might be able to choose from:

    • Blue Preferred PPOSM offers 3 Bronze plans.

    Blue Preferred plans are available throughout the state of Oklahoma. They offer the largest available network, with over 130 hospitals and over 20,000 providers in-network.

    • Blue Advantage PPOSM offers 3 Bronze plans. 

    Blue Advantage is offered in all Oklahoma counties. Like Blue Preferred plans, these plans are PPOs but may have a lower monthly payment. You’ll have access to a large local network over over 20,000 providers.  

    • MyBlue HMOSM offers 1 Bronze plan.  

    MyBlue HMO plans are available if you live in Cleveland, Creek, Lincoln, Logan, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Pawnee, Rogers and Tulsa counties. You'll have access to a smaller network but you'll likely have the lowest monthly payment out of all plans.

  • How can I find different plans and how much they cost?

    When you’re looking for a new health plan, you’ll normally be able to find all available plans and their monthly bill on the shopping platform you’re using. The plans you can enroll in are determined by your ZIP code. 

    With BCBSOK, you can find available plans and their costs by adding your information, like name and ZIP code, to the online shopping platform.

    Understand other health plan costs, like deductibles and premiums, and how they work together  

  • Am I able to change my health plan?

    There are two “seasons” for Individual and Family health insurance, each with different guidelines for enrolling in a new health plan.

    • Open Enrollment Period: During Open Enrollment, you’re free to pick a new Individual and Family plan. You don’t have to go through any life changes like you do during Special Enrollment. Open Enrollment starts November 1st and typically lasts just over 2 months, ending January 16th.

    • Special Enrollment Period: During Special Enrollment, you can choose a new health plan if you’ve gone through certain life changes that affect your coverage. Some of the more common events are losing or changing jobs, getting married, having or adopting a child or moving. Learn more about the Special Enrollment period.

  • How can I find my health plan’s benefits?

    Most of your plan’s benefits can be found in your Summary of Benefits. There, you’ll find a brief breakdown of your plan’s costs, covered services, benefits, and more. 

    As a BCBSOK member, you’ll have more than just the benefits covered in your plan – you’ll get savings on health and wellness costs with Blue365®, guidance for your health journey through the Well OnTarget® portal and more.

    Learn more about benefits