Health care spending slowdown warrants sigh of relief

This post was written by OK Policy volunteer Zoraya Hightower. Zoraya completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Tulsa and this fall will begin a Master of Environmental Management at Yale. America spends more than any other nation on… Read more [More...]

What’s unaffordable?

In her 2013 State of the State address, Governor Mary Fallin reiterated her opposition to accepting federal dollars to provide coverage to uninsured Oklahomans through Medicaid, as provided under the Affordable Care Act. In states that extend Medicaid, the federal… Read more [More...]

Upcoming Event: Strengthening the Healthcare Safety Net for Rural and Underserved Oklahomans, Sept. 19-21st

The Rural Health Association of Oklahoma (RHAO) and the Oklahoma Primary Care Association (OKPCA) are hosting a joint conference on September 19-21, 2012.  The conference, “Getting Better Together: Strengthening the Healthcare Safety Net for Rural and Underserved Oklahomans,” will address… Read more [More...]

Clock ticks down on a state-run health insurance exchange

The Joint Committee on the Federal Health Care Law has hosted regular meetings this fall to take stock of Oklahoma’s options and responsibilities as new provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) take effect.  The first meeting explored the impact… Read more [More...]