Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

OSU HAN - Information for Physicians

What can OSU HAN do for your practice?

  • Identify patients through the use of analytic tools who may benefit from additional services
  • Support your patients to gain quicker specialty care access
  • Cut time wasted tracking referrals
  • Provide your practice the ability to send and/or receive online consults
  • HAN Case Managers will coordinate with your tailor-made patient care plans

Case management service at no cost

OSU Health Access Network's services are FREE for members who are enrolled in SoonerCare Choice plans.

HAN targets these and other high-risk populations:

  • High-risk OB
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • COPD
  • CHF
  • Hemophilia
  • Breast/Cervical Cancer
  • Pharmacy Lock-in
  • Repeat Admissions
  • Frequent ER Utilization


Patient-Centered Medical Home- PCMH

Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) impacts both patient and provider in profound ways. It allows a compilation of patient data to be driven by a constant need of improvement, both in patients health and practice procedures. It also drives a need for improved practices and preventative measures for patients in need.

Case Management Program

Our Case Management Program helps to facilitate care plans in conjunction with your PCP. Our case managers provide an extra foundation of resources for the patient in an array of areas; both in a social and medical manner. All of our Case Managers are registered nurses and have an excellent medical fund of knowledge.


The Oklahoma Health Care Authority compiles data on a monthly basis based on a patient’s utilization in the ER. Based on these findings, our health access network case managers can identify patients that might benefit from our case management program in such areas as; setting up doctor’s appointments, health education, specialists, as well as local resources.

How to refer a patient

OSU HAN Referral Process (PDF)

Physicians can refer patients in a number of ways:

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