Helping low-income, uninsured and underinsured clients navigate complex healthcare referral networks. HAU is a central hub of the referral network, which includes OKC Heartline 211, Be a Neighbor, Unite Us, local hospital systems and our clinic network.
This program model is the result of a planning process initiated in 2011 by the Oklahoma Community Health Task Force, a collaborative working group of community stakeholders deeply committed to identifying service gaps and finding solutions to give every Oklahoman access to healthcare.
Our team strategically coordinates hundreds of specialists who provide free diagnostic testing, specialty consults, and surgical care for clients of HAU partner Safety Net Clinics in Oklahoma.
HAU is a hub of support to the Safety Net Clinic network of 95 clinics statewide providing them with supplies, information, trainings and additional resources- including personal protective equipment and much more!
An original program developed by HAU and United Health Foundation to help clinics and patients with diabetes to improve their health outcomes by working with a variety of partnership interventions which include screening, behavioral health resources, self-management tools and medication therapy resources.
SHAPES/UnitedHealth Foundation Partners
- Arkansas Verdigris Valley Health Centers
- CURA for the World
- CSI Solutions
- Hope Community Services
- Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
- The Oklahoma Primary Healthcare Improvement Cooperative
- OU College of Community Medicine
- OU College of Pharmacy
- Red Rock Behavioral Health
- SWOSU College of Pharmacy