Medicaid expansion

Hoosier mothers will be able to stay on Medicaid for up to 12 months after giving birth under a new coverage expansion. 

Medicaid Work Requirements May Be Gone For Good

Mar 30, 2021
WNIN

It appears major changes may be coming to Medicaid, which insures around 70 million Americans and provides health coverage for low-income adults, people with disabilities and some children.

Indiana recently announced infant mortality rates are the lowest ever. Some counties like St. Joseph County say it’s too early to note exact changes at the local level, which are evaluated every five years. However, health officials in St. Joe County say focusing on a mother’s access to health care has been key to those results. 

Community Groups Oppose New HIP Work Requirements

Jul 1, 2019
Jill Sheridan / IPB News

The Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, started its Gateway to Work Program this year, and July 1 is the first day some recipients are required to log hours to keep coverage. A new campaign to oppose the requirements has launched with a protest near the statehouse. 

Sarah Fentem / Side Effects Public Media

Hoosiers who receive health insurance through the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, may have to start logging work hours. 

Pages