OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — More people are enrolled in Oklahoma’s Medicaid program than ever before, but the health care services they receive will likely be cut as officials roll back costs due to a deepening statewide budget shortfall, the program’s chief executive said Wednesday.

During the past year, 825,000 Oklahomans — 22 percent of the state’s population — received medical help through one of the health care programs administered by the state’s Medicaid provider, the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, CEO Mike Fogarty told members of a House budget subcommittee that appropriates health care dollars.