Medicaid (known as SoonerCare in Oklahoma) is jointly funded by the federal and state government and provides health coverage to certain low-income individuals who qualify. The program is operated by the states and overseen at the federal level by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is the regulatory agency for SoonerCare.
Medicaid does not provide coverage to all low income people. It is available to children up to age 19, pregnant women, parents of dependent children, single parents transitioning from welfare to work, and individuals who are blind or have disabilities. Even the extremely poor do not qualify for Medicaid if they do not fit into certain eligibility categories.
OK DSH Training 2018 Update
Oklahoma DSH SPY2015 Examination Notification Letter
Proposed Budget Reductions Revised (10/4/17)
Oklahoma DSH SPY2014 Examination Notification Letter (4/14/17)
DSH Training 2017 DSH Update (4/14/17)
OHCA - Notification of Date of Notice (NODOS) FAQ
OHCA - Emergency Department Utilization (8/28/14)
OHCA – Medicaid RAC Presentation by HMS (10/22/13)
OHCA - Hospital Information
OHCA - Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) Program
OHCA - Supplemental Hospital Offset Payment Program (SHOPP)
OHCA - Third Party Liability Webinar Slides
OHA - SHOPP Information
Introducing a new initiative to improve the quality and timeliness of inpatient and outpatient encounter data available to hospitals in Oklahoma.