2019 OHCA Tribal Partnership Action Plan
Topics identified by tribal partners at Oct. 22, 2019 Annual Tribal Consultation Meeting
ACTION ITEM: Support tribal partner efforts to increase preventive care services available to AI/AN SoonerCare members for improved health outcomes.
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Conditions that favor success
What does success look like?
Who will contribute what?
|Resources Needed||Partner Pledges||Update|
|I/T/U providers are aware of SoonerCare allowable preventive services, thus increasing their capacity to provide these services to SoonerCare members.||1. Increase from 0 to 1 the number of SoonerCare I/T/U quick reference guide for preventive services.||1. OHCA will distribute a survey tool, to determine current practices and needs for preventive care in tribal communities.
2. OHCA will review policy for allowable services to determine which align with I/T/U provided services.
3. OHCA will create a quick reference guide and make available to I/T/U providers.
|OHCA: Utilize administrative agency resources for research and creation of the guide.
Tribes: Participation for the survey and guide development.
|(ODMHSAS) Assist in developing behavioral health areas of guidebook.
(Absentee Shawnee Tribe) Participate in the workgroup to develop the guide.
|I/T/Us receive a Medicaid Incentive for all services currently related to obesity prevention.||1. Increase from 0 to 1 the number of incentives to I/T/Us for services specific to obesity prevention. I/T/Us and OHCA will establish performance measures and data sharing agreements.||1. OHCA will research budget implications and feasibility within the current SoonerCare program.||OHCA: Utilize administrative agency resources, including federal policy.
Tribes: Apprise OHCA of prevention efforts and share data for services provided.
|(Wyandotte Nation) In an effort to begin addressing the need for obesity prevention in tribal communities, will provide dietician counseling to parents of teens/children with obesity.|
|SoonerCare members have access to culturally appropriate information about rules and protections for American Indians.||1. Increase from 0 to 1 the number of tribal specific SoonerCare member handbook/guide.||1. OHCA will create a tribal specific member handbook/guide and will seek input from I/T/Us and American Indian members to develop content.
2. Tribal partners will send FAQs to OHCA and assist with developing content. Tribal partners will disseminate handbook/guide to tribal citizens and community members.
|OHCA: Utilize administrative resources and cost to develop the handbook/guide.
Tribes: Provide input and disseminate materials to constituents.
|American Indian Medically Fragile brochure and SoonerQuit poster have been updated and made available for download on the OHCA webpage.|