How do I contact SoonerCare?
Contact Us For assistance with the Online SoonerCare Application or other questions or concerns about SoonerCare, please call the SoonerCare Helpline at 800-987-7767.
How do I renew my SoonerCare?
SoonerCare ICF-MR Renewal
- Print the OHCA ICF-MR Renewal. Complete the signature form by indicating your SSN; Provider ID & Service Location; and signature.
- Attach a copy of your current license.
- Mail the signature form, along with the required attachments to: Oklahoma Health Care Authority. ATTN: Provider Enrollment.
How do I contact Oklahoma Medicaid?
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority administers the SoonerCare (Medicaid) program in Oklahoma. For general questions and information for SoonerCare members, please call the SoonerCare Helpline at (800) 987-7767.
What does SoonerCare parent caretaker mean?
Parent/Caretaker (P/C) refers to non-pregnant Parent/Caretaker members aged 19-50. Oklahoma Cares, SoonerPlan, American Indians/Alaska Natives and Insure Oklahoma. Race is self-reported.
Who qualifies for SoonerCare?
In general, the following groups of individuals may qualify for SoonerCare services:
- Adults with children under 19.
- Children under 19 and pregnant women.
- Individuals 65 and older.
- Individuals who are blind or who have disabilities.
- Women under 65 in need of breast or cervical cancer treatment.
How much can you make to get SoonerCare?
2021 SoonerCare Income Guidelines for Expansion Adults (effective: 07/01/2021)
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What is the income limit for SoonerCare?
Visit okhca.org/programs for details…
What is considered low income in Oklahoma?
The federal poverty level, which takes into account family size, is $12,760 for a single individual and $26,200 for a family of four in 2020.
What does SoonerPlan cover for adults?
Q: What does SoonerPlan cover? A: SoonerPlan covers office visits and exams related to family planning, pap smears, birth control, tubal ligations and vasectomies for women and men 19 years of age and older.
Do I qualify for SoonerCare?
In order to be eligible for Soonercare benefits, you must be between 19 and 64 years old and have an income that is 138% of the federal poverty line or lower. That’s an estimated income of just under $18,000 for an individual or around $36,500 for a family of four.
How does SoonerCare verify income?
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority uses a specific method to determine the income and household size for someone applying for SoonerCare, Insure Oklahoma or other programs. This method is called Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI).
What are the qualifications for SoonerCare?
What is covered by Oklahoma SoonerCare?
Below is a list of services that are covered by Oklahoma Soonercare. Please go to the Soonercare coverage chart for a more comprehensive list, as well as the limitations of coverage for adults who are Soonercare members: Ambulance. Ambulatory Surgery Center services. Behavioral health and substance abuse services (outpatient)
What is SoonerCare title 19?
Title 19 of the United States Code outlines the role of customs and duties in the United States Code.. 19 U.S.C. SoonerCare, Oklahoma’s Medicaid program, provides health care to children under the age of 19, adults with children under the age of 18, pregnant women and people who are older than 65 or have blindness or another disability.
Does SoonerCare cover dental?
SoonerCare pays for many dental services. This includes checkups, fluoride treatments, x-rays and more. We recommend that a child should have a first dental checkup no later than the first birthday.
Is SoonerCare Medicaid?
SoonerCare (Oklahoma Medicaid) is a health coverage program jointly funded by the federal and state government. This program helps pay some or all medical bills for many people who can’t afford them.