The Oklahoma managed care landscape is dominated by Tulsa-headquartered Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma and national players UnitedHealth Group and Aetna. Local HMO CommunityCare is also a significant player in the Tulsa market, where it is owned by the market's two Catholic health systems, Saint Francis Health System and St. John Health System. While carriers offer new plans that feature narrow and tiered networks to compete on price with the dominance of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, CVS Health has bought Aetna in a deal that will reshape healthcare delivery.

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