REDUCE UNINSURED RATE

Many of our friends and neighbors can’t see a doctor, get treatment for a chronic illness, or even fill a prescription. When Oklahoma expands Medicaid, more than 200,000 uninsured Oklahomans will get the health care they need.

IMPROVE HEALTH OUTCOMES

Other states’ experiences show the power of Medicaid expansion: the uninsured rate drops, more people get needed screenings and treatment, health outcomes improve, and people even find it easier to get and keep a job.

HELP RURAL HOSPITALS

Increasing coverage will also bolster rural hospitals and other important care providers by reducing uncompensated care and helping Oklahomans get treatment before health issues become more serious and expensive.

Take Action! Write to your legislators today

Lawmakers have said that this is a priority for them – but they need to hear from you. Whether it’s for you, a family member, or just someone you know, everyone has a story, and you can help by telling yours.

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COALITION MEMBERS

United for a healthier Oklahoma.

• American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, OK Section
• American Heart Association
• American Lung Association
• ASP Cares Pharmacy
• CAIR-OK
• Family & Children’s Services
• Fellowship Congregational UCC Church
• Grand Lake Mental Health Center
• Indivisible Stillwater
• Mental Health Association Oklahoma
• Metriarch Collaborative
• National Multiple Sclerosis Society
• Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians
• Oklahoma Academy of Physician Assistants
• Oklahoma Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics
• Oklahoma Policy Institute
• Oklahoma Women’s Coalition
• Potts Family Foundation
• Take Control Initiative
• The Arc of Oklahoma
• The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
• Together Oklahoma

WEBINAR

Medicaid and a Healthier Oklahoma

Learn about Medicaid expansion in the state and what it means for the Oklahomans who will get coverage as a result.

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