Yes, at least sorta. Just be aware that different hooks accept beads easier than others. Some like the Mustad 3906 and 3906B dont accept them very well because of the bend and thickness of the wire. And there may be some difference in the drilling of the beads, so sometimes different beads of the same size from different companies won't fit the same hook.
Heres a thread with some links to a hook comparison chart and a bead size to Mustad hook chart. Again, use it as a ball park not as gospel.
Also, since a lot of beads are also sold in mm instead of inches, a pretty good matchup is something like this at least for the stuff I use (mostly Mustads) though i don't tie a ton of them:
1.5 mm 1/16 (for sizes 24-20)
2.0 mm 5/64 (for 18-20)
2.3 or 2.5mm 3/32 (for 18-16)
3.0 and 3.2mm -7/64 (for 16-14)
3.5mm - 1/8 (for 14-12)
4.0mm 5/32 (for 12-8)
4.6 4.8mm -3/16 (for 10-8)
4.8mm also around 3/16 (for 6-4)
5.5mm- 7/32 (for 6-4 and maybe some 2s)
6.3mm- Ό (for size 4-1)
But again different hook brands and models will accept different ranges of sizes some a bit wider than the ranges listed above, some a bit smaller- but if you aim for the middle you should be OK, unless you run into a odd model that doesn't accept beads well at all like the 3906's and the caddis 37160 from Mustad.
Maybe other folks have a favorite bead hook?
Hope this helps.