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Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Division- WEB Direct Data Entry (WEB DDE) Portal

The Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Division at the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) is excited to announce the supplemental coverage program will be transitioning to paperless claim processing effective July 1, 2021. All participating providers who currently submit paper claims MUST utilize the new WEB Direct Data Entry (WEB DDE) Portal to submit claims. This does not impact or replace those that currently submit claims electronically through a clearinghouse. That process will continue unchanged. The program accepts all HIPAA transactions according to HIPAA regulations.

The CSHCS program will provide technical assistance and training material for processing applications to the WEB DDE Portal. The WEB DDE User Manual can be found under forms, Web-Enabled Direct Data Entry

We are committed to conducting transactions with the health care provider community as efficiently as possible. The WEB DDE Portal is a significant step in modernizing our processes. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to go to the CSHCS website http://cshcs.isdh.in.gov, or contact the Indiana Department of Health Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) helpdesk by phone at 1-317-233-9803 (local) or 1-800-475-1355, option 5 or email edimail@isdh.in.gov .

Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Division

The CSHCS program remains committed to meeting the needs of our participants, families, and providers.  The CSHCS Division is currently maintaining all essential operations remotely and we are unable to check postal mail or faxes at this time.  If you have an immediate need (e.g. requesting prior authorizations), please contact us at 317-233-1351 or 1-800-475-1355, or via email at cshcscarecoordinatio@isdh.in.gov.  Team members are regularly checking this email box and making and taking calls to meet your needs.  The CSHCS Division joins the world in thanking you for all that you do every day and during this time!

Competitive Application for Broad-Scope:  Adult Sickle Cell Access to Care Expansion Grant

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), CSHCS Division is announcing a COMPETITIVE grant funding opportunity for innovative approaches to addressing the needs of Indiana residents age 21 years and older impacted by sickle cell disease and trait.  Although the scope of this funding opportunity is broad, projects should focus on improving access to quality sickle cell care, case management, and care coordination for individuals age 21 years and older near where they reside in the state.


CSHCS RFA Sickle Cell Adult Access FY 20-21

CSHCS Subrecipient Budget Worksheet FY20-21

CSHCS Other Funding Sources Sheet