The federal government approved the expanded coverage earlier this month as part of the Healthy Indiana Plan’s Medicaid waiver extension.
The changes are part of last week’s federal authorization, which allows Indiana to continue operating HIP 2.0 for another three years.
Holcomb wants able-bodied, low-income residents to work at least 20 hours a week for eight months a year to receive state-supported health care coverage.
The state submitted its proposal May 25 to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services before receiving public comment in Indiana on the measure
The proposed changes were quietly released Wednesday in a letter from Gov. Holcomb. The proposal will be open for public comment until June 23.
Under former Governor Mike Pence, Indiana expanded Medicaid, with the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP 2.0.
The company promoted the use of its kidney transplant drug Rapamune for unapproved uses.
The proposed bill would create a state-run healthcare exchange, and expand the state’s Medicaid program to add as many as 400,000 Hoosiers.
The Seventh Circuit Court says the Family and Social Social Services Administration (FSSA) cannot impose a $1000 cap on Medicaid dental coverage.
Officials with the Attorney General's office say they are unconcerned about the dismissal of several provisions of a health care reform lawsuit.