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Applications must be submitted to the respective state for preliminary approval; upon review, states may submit select proposals for CMS approval. Effective January 1, 2012, CMS requires prior CMS approval for any new project, grantee, or use of federally imposed CMP funds.
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In 2024 The State of Oklahoma started encouraging the Certified Nursing Home Facilities to directly apply for CMP funding to allow the facility to decide which funding opportunity best fits the quality of care needs of the patients in their facility.


  1. Prior to submitting your application, please review the CMS guidelines and list of allowable projects through CMP.
  2. Complete application. 
  3. Submit the completed application to the State Agency for review.
  4. If approved by the State Agency, a request will be sent to CMS for final approval.
  5. If additional documentation is required, the State Agency will respond on behalf of CMS for up to two submissions for each application or with a maximum of two submissions.

  • Annual CMP Reinvestment Application:
    This application is an option for facilities to apply for project funding using their CCN number. The first step in this process is to complete the Facility Questionnaire. CMS requires each applicant to submit this application request to the State Agency (SA) for initial review. Each applicant may be allowed two (2) submission attempts. After the second attempt, the application will be denied. For additional CMP information from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) please visit the following link:
  • CMP COVID 19 In-Person Visitation Application: 
    This application includes instructions to complete the application, the in-person application documents, and a list of Frequently Asked Questions. This application is for nursing facilities, skilled nursing facilities, or dually participating skilled nursing facilities in the State of Oklahoma.
  • Qualtrics National Disaster Fund Reimbursement Application:
    This application is a request for reimbursement and must go through a review process. No submission is automatically approved. This reimbursement fund is designated for patient relocation due to a Natural Disaster and/or Facility closures (voluntary or involuntary) in the State of Oklahoma. 
  • 360 Supplier Portal:
    The Oklahoma Supplier Portal is the new online portal designed to assist suppliers, bidders, and payees with self-registration and self-management of organizational and personal information. Register as a payee if you or your organization are receiving payments from the state. Select the Oklahoma Supplier Portal link above to register or log in. If you were previously registered as a supplier in the old system, please visit here to request your user ID.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Civil Money Penalty Fund Program
123 Robert S. Kerr. Ave Suite 1702
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-6406

Physical Address:
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Civil Money Penalty Fund Program
123 Robert S. Kerr. Ave Oklahoma City, OK
Tel: (405) 426-8165
Fax: (405) 900-7559

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