The changes are part of last week’s federal authorization, which allows Indiana to continue operating HIP 2.0 for another three years.
An annual report finds children in Indiana fell to 35th when it comes to health rankings.
The proposed changes were quietly released Wednesday in a letter from Gov. Holcomb. The proposal will be open for public comment until June 23.
Advocates are concerned the AHCA will reduce protections for domestic violence victims who may suffer long-term physical and mental health problems.
Medicaid-eligible Indiana teenagers enroll at a rate of five percent less than eligible younger kids.
Covering Kids and Families of Indiana is providing physicals, dental screenings and immunizations at local health fairs and county fairgrounds.
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