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Governor Pence and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) are pleased to announce the approval of the new Healthy Indiana Plan, also known as HIP 2.0, our state’s homegrown consumer-driven health care coverage program for low-income adults.
Since 2008, the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) has empowered its members to act as consumers in the health care market. The current program is a proven success in encouraging the use of preventive care and decreasing inappropriate use of the emergency room. HIP 2.0 builds on the successes of the original HIP design and adds additional choices that further promote HIP’s consumer-directed model and provide new incentives for members to take personal responsibility for their health. Through the implementation of HIP 2.0 and the availability of HIP to more Hoosiers, Indiana will replace traditional Medicaid for all non-disabled adults ages 19-64, while ensuring that all Hoosiers have access to affordable health insurance.
Applications will be accepted beginning immediately. Check back often for more information. This website will also be updated soon with much more information about how the Healthy Indiana Plan will work, benefits, eligibility and how Hoosiers can apply.
More information on the efforts to achieve federal approval for HIP 2.0 is available on the HIP 2.0 proposal site.