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The Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) seeks advice from Indian Health Services,tribal organizations and urban lndian clinics (I/T/U) in developing new or amended state plans, waiver amendments,or policy changes.

The Native American page is designed to notify Indian Health Services,tribal organizations and urban lndian clinics of any state plan, waiver, or proposed rule changes by providing an online tribal consultation forum.

This forum will provide I/T/U's an opportunity to review and make comments.

Please use the feedback forms below in the applicable  proposed change box to give feedback on the proposed policy change.

 

 

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Use the links below to make suggestions on rules not currently being considered for change.

 

 

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1115 Waivers 

 

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SoonerCare Choice (SC) Waivers 

 

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 07/17/15 

  Hospitals Deemed Disproportionate Share  

Feedback Form     

  Due to reductions in Agency budgets for SFY 2016, ODMHSAS is seeking to amend a State Plan page related to the deemed disproportionate share payment for hospitals to have the denominator include days attributable to Medicaid patients between 21 and 65 years of age in an Institution for Mental Diseases (IMD). The change is necessary in order to increase revenues to Griffin Memorial Hospital to balance ODMHSAS' state budget in accordance with Article 10, Section 23 of the Oklahoma Constitution, which prohibits a state agency from spending more money than is allocated.  

 09/16/2015 

 09/30/2015 

 

 

Disclaimer: Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) policy comment section will be reviewed and considered under the current change. Personal information should not be shared/or submitted in the comment section. This comment section is reserved for proposed rule changes.