January 2, 2014

Looking back at 2013

Bozho Nikan, I hope that each of you had a joyous Christmas and New Year and that you took the time to connect with your families […]
August 19, 2020

One of CPN’s first COVID-19 patients gives back

The Peltier family descendant found a renewed sense of purpose. She sought to improve the recovery process for others as the pandemic worsened in the United States; Dykstra-Tibbs learned her body’s response to the virus could benefit others, which prompted her to donate toward a new type of treatment in Oklahoma.
September 4, 2020

Tribes watch as Oklahoma moves toward managed care for Medicaid

Until 2020, Oklahoma was one of 14 states that had not expanded Medicaid for those qualified by ACA standards. The state has the second highest rate of uninsured adults in the country, though that may change as the program’s eligibility expands by the 2021 deadline.
November 5, 2020

The Affordable Care Act turns 10 in 2020

Instead of a birthday party, the Affordable Care Act is getting oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court that could lead to its demise — and a lasting impact on health care in Indian Country.