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MARCH 2003  
These figures represent the number of persons enrolled and eligible to receive services in the State of Oklahoma Medicaid program. The aid group is the category under which the individual qualifies for Medicaid.
Aid Group Age Group Clients % of Aid Group % of Total
Aged/Blind/Disabled CHILD 11,149 9.38% 2.24%
Aged/Blind/Disabled ADULT 107,761 90.62% 21.64%
Children/Parents CHILD 325,340 87.79% 65.32%
Children/Parents ADULT 45,247 12.21% 9.08%
OTHER CHILD 536 6.27% 0.11%
OTHER ADULT 8,017 93.73% 1.61%
Children/Parents is defined as Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) formerly known as AFDC or Aid to Families and Dependant Children. OTHER Group includes-Medically Needy-Refugee-Qualified Medicare Beneficiary-DDSD Supported Living and TB patients.
CHILD is defined as an individual under the age of twenty one (21).
Total Clients 498,050 Adults 161,025 (32%)
Children 337,025 (68%)
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The SoonerCare figures represent the clients above, grouped by their Managed Care Health plan provider.  The balance of the clients not accounted for below are covered within the Fee-For-Service payment system.
SoonerCare Plus
  Central Northeast Southwest
CommunityCare 23,268
Heartland 47,639 42,700
Prime Advantage     8,329
UniCare 30,132 15,372 6,224
Area totals 101,039 58,072 14,553
SoonerCare Pus Total 173,664
SoonerCare Choice Total 148,451
SoonerCareTotal 322,115
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The race breakdown figures represent the clients above, grouped by race as indicated by the client at the time of enrollment.
Children Adults
African American 59,549 24,718
American Indian 47,590 14,299
Asian or Pacific Islander 2,904 1,681
Caucasian 195,408 115,682
Hispanic 31,574 4,645
Data was compiled on 04/29/2003.  Numbers frequently change due to retro-certifications and other factors. Percents may not total due to rounding. For report purposes "Clients" refers to persons enrolled in Medicaid for the report month. This report is based on data within the system prior to 04/29/2003.

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