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Overall SoonerCare Monthly Total Enrollment by County - December 2018

Oklahoma

Canadian County   Cleveland County
Qualifying Group Age Group Members Qualifying Group Age Group Members
Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 2,301 Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 5,737
Child 264 Child 943
Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult < 10 Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult 17
Child 0 Child 0
Children/Parents Adult 1,610 Children/Parents Adult 3,589
Child 11,971 Child 23,239
Family Planning Adult 462 Family Planning Adult 1,191
Child 45 Child 106
Other Adult 354 Other Adult 1,115
Child < 10 Child 10
TEFRA Child 19 TEFRA Child 72
Total  17,032 Total  36,019
   
Kingfisher County Lincoln County
Qualifying Group Age Group Members Qualifying Group Age Group Members
Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 231 Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 870
Child 37 Child 70
Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult < 10 Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult < 10
Child 0 Child 0
Children/Parents Adult 172 Children/Parents Adult 684
Child 1,854 Child 4,230
Family Planning Adult 66 Family Planning Adult 315
Child < 10 Child 28
Other Adult 47 Other Adult 224
Child < 10 Child < 10
TEFRA Child < 10 TEFRA Child < 10
Total  2,421 Total  6,430
   
Logan County Oklahoma County
Qualifying Group Age Group Members Qualifying Group Age Group Members
Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 1,164 Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 26,237
Child 124 Child 3,854
Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult < 10 Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult 70
Child 0 Child 0
Children/Parents Adult 535 Children/Parents Adult 14,147
Child 3,843 Child 111,169
Family Planning Adult 228 Family Planning Adult 4,968
Child 16 Child 417
Other Adult 234 Other Adult 4,647
Child < 10 Child 99
TEFRA Child 17 TEFRA Child 113
Total  6,165 Total  165,721
   
Pottawatomie County
Qualifying Group Age Group Members
Aged/Blind Disabled Adult 3,778
Child 343
Breast & Cervical Cancer Adult 14
Child 0
Children/Parents Adult 1,708
Child 10,499
Family Planning Adult 635
Child 53
Other Adult 640
Child < 10
TEFRA Child < 10
Total  17,684

*  Under Section 134 of the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA), (P.L.97-248), states have the option to make Medicaid benefits available to children with physical or mental disabilities who would not ordinarily be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits because of their parent's income or resources are too high. TEFRA allows children who are eligible for institutional services to be cared for in their homes. (They don’t have to be in an institution).

Source: Oklahoma HealthCare Authority, Data & Reports - Fast Facts.