Oklahoma Administrative Code
Title 317 - Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Chapter 30 - Medical Providers-Fee for Service
Subchapter 5 - Individual Providers and Specialties
Section 317:30-5-1215 - General

Universal Citation: OK Admin Code 317:30-5-1215

Current through Vol. 41, No. 13, March 15, 2024

(a) A doula or birth worker is a trained professional who provides emotional, physical, and informational support services during the prenatal, labor and delivery, and postpartum periods. Doulas are non-clinical and do not provide medical care. Services should not replace the services of other licensed and trained medical professionals including, but not limited to, physicians, physicians assistants, advanced practice registered nurses, and certified nurse midwives.

(b) All Title XIX, CHIP, expansion adult, and Soon-to-be-Sooners (STBS) members who are pregnant or within the postpartum period are eligible for doula services.

(c) Doula services are available for twelve (12) months postpartum, depending on the members continued SoonerCare eligibility.

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