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The Oklahoma Health Care Authority will transition to a new health care model with an anticipated launch date of October 1, 2023.

The new program, in partnership with contracted entities, will ensure SoonerCare members have better access to health care, including but not limited to, medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services. 

Members eligible for the new program will receive the same services offered by SoonerCare, but each contracted entity may offer extra benefits to help improve the member’s health.

The following SoonerCare members will transition to the new program, and choose from a selected list of contracted entities, prior to the start date:

  • Children, including foster children

  • Low-income parents 

  • Pregnant Women

  • Adults, ages 19-64, who enrolled through Medicaid expansion 

  • American Indian/Alaska Native members are considered voluntary and will have the option to opt-in to SoonerSelect.

Senior citizens and members enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid will remain in their current program as well as members whose SoonerCare eligibility is due to being “aged, blind, or disabled (ABD).”

Those members considered eligible for the new program will be contacted by OHCA with directions on how to transition to the new program.

Members are encouraged to update their contact information at mysoonercare.org to ensure they receive the most current information regarding their benefits.

Last Modified on May 26, 2022