Dr. Nicole Cupp has provided quality medical and surgical care of the foot and ankle to Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas since 2013. Dr. Cupp started her own practice, Advanced Podiatry of Bartlesville in 2015. Dr. Cupp is a staff physician at Ascension St. John Jane Phillips Medical Center and performs surgeries at Union Pines Surgery Center in Tulsa as well as Ascension St. John Jane Phillips.
We offer the following services:
- Comprehensive care of foot and foot related disorders
- Lower Extremity Vascular Evaluations
- Diabetic foot care, examinations and diabetic shoes
- Routine foot care services
- Treatment of athletic injuries
- Custom-molded and over the counter Orthotics
- Foot and Ankle surgery
- Work related injuries
- Minor in-office surgical procedures
- Office x-ray exam
- Pediatric Evaluation and Treatment
- Office Digital X-ray
Medical and surgical treatment of:
- Arch Disorders
- Heel Spurs – Heel Pain
- Corns and Calluses
- Ingrown Toenails
- Trauma and Athletic Injuries
- Surgical and Non-surgical Treatment for Neuromas
- Tendon and Joint Pain
- Sports injuries
- Infections and ulcerations
- Burning pain
- Congenital and acquired flat foot deformities
- High arch feet
- Trauma-Foot and Ankle Fractures
Transparency in Health Care Prices Act
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:
SECTION 1. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-725.1 of Title 63, unless
there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows: This act shall be known and may be cited as the “Transparency in
Health Care Prices Act”.
SECTION 2. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-725.2 of Title 63, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
As used in the Transparency in Health Care Prices Act:
1. “Agency” means a government department, agency or a government-created entity; ENR. H. B. NO. 1006 Page 2
2. “CPT code” means the Current Procedural Terminology code, or its successor code, as developed and copyrighted by the American Medical Association or its successor entity;
3. “Health care facility” means a facility licensed or certified by the State Department of Health, but shall not include a nursing care facility, assisted living facility or home care agency;
4. “Health care price” means the cash price that a health care provider or health care facility will charge a recipient for health care services that will be rendered. Health care price is the price charged for the standard service for the particular diagnosis and does not include any amount that may be charged for complications or exceptional treatment;
5. “Health care provider” means a person who is licensed, certified or registered by this state to provide health care services or a medical group, independent practice association or professional corporation providing health care services;
6. “Health care services” or “services” means services included in, or incidental to, furnishing to an individual:
a. medical, mental, dental or optometric care or hospitalization, or
b. other services for the purpose of preventing, alleviating, curing or healing a physical or mental illness or injury;
7. “Recipient” means an individual who receives health care services from a health care provider or health care facility; and
8. “Specialty service line” means health care services rendered by a specific medical specialist to include, but not be limited to:
a. general surgery,
b. obstetrics or gynecology,
e. ophthalmology, ENR. H. B. NO. 1006 Page 3
k. emergency medicine,
l. physical therapy, or
m. another specialty service provided by a health care facility.
SECTION 3. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-725.3 of Title 63, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. A health care provider shall make available to the public, in a single document, either electronically or by posting conspicuously on the provider’s website if one exists, the health care prices for at least the twenty most common health care services the health care provider provides. If the health care provider, in the normal course of his or her practice, regularly provides fewer than twenty health care services, the health care provider shall make available the health care prices for the health care services the provider most commonly provides.
B. The health care provider shall identify the services by:
1. A Current Procedural Terminology code or other coding system commonly used by the health care provider and accepted as a national standard for billing; and
2. A plain English description.
C. The health care provider shall update the document as frequently as the health care provider deems appropriate, but at least annually. ENR. H. B. NO. 1006 Page 4
SECTION 4. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-725.4 of Title 63, unless
there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. A health care facility shall make available to the public, in a single document, either electronically or by posting
conspicuously on its website if one exists, the health care prices for at least:
1. The twenty most used diagnosis-related group codes or other codes for inpatient health care services per specialty service line used by the health care facility for billing; and
2. The twenty most used outpatient CPT codes or health care services procedure codes per specialty service line used for billing.
B. A health care facility shall include with the health care prices provided pursuant to subsection A of this section a plain English description of the services for which the health care prices are provided.
C. The health care facility shall update the document as frequently as it deems appropriate, but at least annually.
SECTION 5. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-725.5 of Title 63, unless
there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
A. Nothing in the Transparency in Health Care Prices Act shall require a health care facility or health care provider to report its health care prices to any agency for review, filing or other purposes, or for applications for health care professional loan repayment. The Transparency in Health Care Prices Act shall not grant any agency the authority to approve, disapprove or limit a health care facility’s or health care provider’s health care prices or change its health care prices.
B. Nothing in this act shall impair contracts between private parties.
SECTION 6. This act shall become effective November 1, 2021.