Demand for COVID testing is rising, evidenced by long waits at sites offering tests, but the number of specimens tested in Oklahoma has actually been steadily decreasing since last month. Here's help finding a test.
The original plan to expand the street to six lanes will proceed, but the lanes will be narrower to allow for sidewalks and landscaping.
If the decision is made to alter the road to four lanes, construction crews will still make room for the possibility of expanding to six lanes in the future.
Individual health insurance premiums are likely to take another sharp jump in 2019, the state's top regulators said.
To achieve a 25-35 percent decrease in premiums, nearly 1.9 million insured Oklahomans, including those who get coverage through an employer, would have to pay an extra $60 per year.
His comments were made in support of a state Senate bill that would allow the sale of health insurance across state lines, a move some tout as a way to lower premiums.
The report, which uses the second-lowest cost silver plan available in the 37 states using the healthcare.gov platform, shows the increase in Oklahoma was 35.7 percent.
On Jan. 1, Oklahoma will be left with only two companies offering individual health plans in the “Obamacare” market.
Oklahomans who purchase health insurance policies next year from the leading insurer in the Affordable Care Act marketplace could face unsubsidized rate increases averaging 31 percent.
The dining room table inside Karie Dove’s rural Bridge Creek home is a patchwork of papers.
His personal and political credibility on the line, President Barack Obama reversed course Thursday and said millions of Americans should be allowed to renew individual coverage plans now ticketed for cancellation under the health-care law that is likely to be at the heart of the 2014 elections.
Most Oklahomans who buy health insurance in the individual market are not receiving cancellation notices that have frightened residents in other states because the state approved an early renewal date for insurers, officials say.
Fewer than 100 Oklahomans successfully purchased health coverage through the Obama administration's glitch-afflicted insurance marketplace during its first 2 1/2 weeks of operation, state officials said Friday.
Susan L. Gross was elected president of the Child Abuse Network
’s board of directors at their annual meeting in June.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the grants in a conference call with reporters.
Federal officials have announced an unprecedented second level of health insurance regulation in Oklahoma and three other states to make sure the details of "Obamacare" are enforced.
Individual health insurance for some children should soon be available in Oklahoma again, state insurance department officials say.
The Tulsa Area United Way has set its 1997 fund-raising goal at
Ralph Cunningham, chairman of the 1997 Tulsa Area United Way campaign, announced the agency's $18,788,714 goal, the highest goal in the agency…
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield employees kick off their United Way campaign
Downtown Lions Club President Mike Rhoads presents a 50-year