No, OAP and HMO are two different types of health insurance plans.
OAP stands for Original Medicare Advantage Plan and is an individual health insurance policy available through private companies and offered within the Medicare system. The OAP covers the same services as Original Medicare, but it may also cover additional services like vision, hearing, or dental care. The covered services are determined by the plan provider and may vary by state.
HMO stands for Health Maintenance Organization, which is a type of managed care plan that provides health care services to its members through a network of healthcare providers and facilities. HMO plans typically have lower premiums and deductibles than other types of health plans, but require members to use only in-network providers and have more restrictions on coverage.
Overall, both OAP and HMO plans provide healthcare coverage, but in different ways. The best plan for you depends on your situation and health needs.