FSSA seeking Medicaid expansion for pregnant women in Indiana
The Indiana human services agency has reversed course and will seek federal approval for presumptive Medicaid eligibility for low-income pregnant women that would help them get prenatal care. The Family and Social Services Administration also might seek to expand enrollment in its State Children’s Health Insurance Program to children in households earning up to three times the federal poverty level.
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