How should the state provide health care to low-income residents?

by Jaclyn Cosgrove Modified: June 27, 2013 at 3:35 pm •  Published: June 27, 2013
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On Thursday, Leavitt Partners, a Utah health care consulting firm, unveiled details about how Oklahoma could move forward in increasing the number of uninsured adults who have insurance through the state's Insure Oklahoma program.

Leavitt representatives said the state could use federal dollars to expand Insure Oklahoma and also move people above 138 percent of the federal poverty level to health insurance exchanges. 

Health reporter Jaclyn Cosgrove live tweeted from a meeting on the report Thursday afternoon. Read updates below.

 

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by Jaclyn Cosgrove
Medical and Health Reporter
Jaclyn Cosgrove writes about health, public policy and medicine in Oklahoma, among other topics. She is an Oklahoma State University graduate. Jaclyn grew up in the southeast region of the state and enjoys writing about rural Oklahoma. She is...
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