INDIANA - Indiana Medicaid coverage will change in April.
Indiana Medicaid members were able to have uninterrupted coverage during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The most recent spending bill ended Medicaid coverage protections, meaning Indiana Medicaid will return to normal operations.
Eligibility redetermination actions begin in April, with a 12-month plan to return to normal operations.
Anyone currently in one of Indiana Medicaid's coverage plans, including the Healthy Indiana Plan, Hoosier Healthwise, Hoosier Care Connect, or traditional Medicaid should take action now to stay covered.
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