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LAST UPDATED: October 9th, 2020

Oscar emphasizes bringing simplicity and affordability to the health insurance industry. It was founded in 2012.

While Oscar is newer to the health insurance industry, it has several years of experience and has grown over the years to expand its offerings. Oscar has expanded the areas it serves and the kinds of health plans it offers.

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The Good

  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Oscar Medicare Advantage Plan Perks
  • Educational Resources

Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage plans are sometimes referred to as Medicare Part C. Medicare Advantage plans offer both hospital and medical insurance.

For more detailed information about the plans that Oscar offers, interested Medicare shoppers should work with Oscar directly.

Oscar Medicare Advantage Plan Perks

Oscar’s Medicare Advantage plans include the following perks:

  • Access to expert team for assistance setting appointments and answering questions
  • Ability to refill prescriptions over the phone with same-day delivery (depending on your location)
  • Ability to earn dental, vision, hearing, and wellness rewards
  • Ability to earn over-the-counter credit

For more detailed information about these additional benefits and their availability in your area, reach out to Oscar directly.

Educational Resources

Oscar has great educational resources to help people understand health insurance terms. It also has resources to help people understand Medicare.


The Bad

  • Limited Customer Insight
  • New to Medicare
  • No Part D

Limited Customer Insight

Oscar has not recieved many customer reviews for Medicare on Best Company. With such limited customer insight, general conclusions about Oscar's Medicare plans and recommendations are not available.

New to Medicare

Oscar started offering Medicare Advantage plans for 2020. Since Oscar is new to Medicare Advantage plans, some may prefer to choose a company with more Medicare-related experience.

While new, Oscar has good experience in the health insurance industry making health plans simple and affordable.

No Part D

Oscar does not offer Medicare Part D. Medicare Part D offers coverage for prescription drugs. If you need coverage for prescriptions, you may have to purchase a Medicare Part D plan from another company.


The Bottom Line

While Oscar is new to Medicare Advantage plans, it has more experience in the health insurance industry. Those seeking Medicare Advantage plans may want to explore Oscar's Medicare plans further. As with any health plan, it’s important to carefully review the coverage and cost to make sure it meets your health and financial needs.

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BF New York, NY

There Oscar Medicare is a scam. Not one carnage agent or nurses knows anything about Medicare rules and the laws to protect and to run a senior Oscar insurance plan under the guard line’s Medicare.they are the worse ripoff .there are hundreds of people calling CMS and Medicare with complaints.Since jan1 2020 To present still do not have a primary dr psychology or psychologically PhD or medical doctors and i still hove major broken toes and cuts on my legs and feet and they again the carnage and nursing department don’t know how to get medics support and supply’s they are very bad! I have diabetes and don’t still have dr since Jan1 they need to be out of business!!!

1 year ago

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Reply from Oscar

Hi there, thank you for your feedback. We want to apologize for this experience. Our team would like to learn more and we have followed up with you via direct message. Please check your inbox for a message from us so that we may connect you with a Concierge member.

May. 5th, 2020

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Nancy Boudreaux Georgetown, TX

Because they are refusing to pay for a stint for glacoma that is covered by medicare, after I paid 7350.00 deduct and 646.00 a month in premiums, I cannot give Oscar high marks.

2 years ago

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