Indiana is cutting off enrollment in the Healthy Indiana Plan because the program has reached this year’s funding limit.
Gov. Pence named Indiana State Medical Association President John Wernert the new head of the Family and Social Services Administration.
Debra Minott, the head of the Family and Social Services Administration, is resigning as the governor's administration seeks a "change in direction."
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is beginning to plan the implementation of HIP 2.0, even though it isn't yet federally approved.
HIP 2.0 would expand coverage to uninsured adults ages 19 to 64 with household income below 138 percent of the federal poverty limit.
The state will not fund births that are typically covered under Medicaid dollars if mothers opt for an elective delivery prior to 39 weeks.
The FSSA announced Monday more money will be available to low income families in Indiana who use a federal voucher program to pay for daycare.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has informed food stamp recipients of schedule changes starting in January.
Beneficiaries of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will receive their benefits on a different day because of a legislative change.
Food stamp recipients have been unable to fill out proof-of-eligibility forms online for two weeks because of a problem with the site.