Application Process

Applying for Insure Oklahoma is a two-step process.

1. Employers must apply online and be approved before employees may apply.

2. After an employer is approved, employees can then apply on a separate online application.

Step One: Employer Application

Employers should apply online through the Employer Portal. The employer application requires basic business information, as well as the following:

  • Signed contract and affidavit;
  • Qualified Benefit Plan (QBP) number, summary and rates;
  • Staff listing, which includes Social Security numbers of all employees;
  • Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN); and,
  • Banking information.

Submitting a complete online application will aid in the timely processing of the application. Incomplete applications will be denied. If your application is denied, you will receive notification.

If you would like to submit a paper application, which may take up to 90 days to process, click here to download the application forms.

Employers will be approved as long as they continue to meet program qualifications.

Step Two: Employee Application

After the employer is approved, employees will be assigned Employee Enrollment Numbers (EENs), which are required to apply online. The EENs are available in the Employer Portal and the employer is responsible for distributing them.

Employees must create a member portal account to apply online or log in to an existing account. Some of the information required to apply includes:

  • The employee’s EEN;
  • All household member information, including Social Security numbers;
  • All household income and expenses;
  • Tax filing status; and,
  • Absent parent information.

Employees may be required to provide further documentation.

If an employee does not qualify for Insure Oklahoma subsidy at time of enrollment but their household circumstances change throughout the year, they can apply at that time for the remainder of the annual enrollment period.

All employees will have to reapply every year regardless of when they enrolled in the prior year.

It is the employer's responsibility to educate the employees on the Insure Oklahoma guidelines for reporting all household members and all household income. If errors are found at a later date and monies are recouped, they will be recouped from the employer.