Oklahoma
Financial Assistance Policy
Oklahoma law requires all hospitals to establish a discounted care program that provides medically necessary services at a reduced rate to qualified self-pay patients.

Discounted medically necessary care must be made available to individuals with household incomes below 300 percent of the federal poverty level who are ineligible for and not enrolled in a public or private insurance plan that provides hospital coverage. The minimum required hospital discount must be such that the hospital charge after discount is not more than the greater of the Medicare rate for the service or the hospital’s cost of providing the service. Okla. Stat. tit. 63 §1-723.2.