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The Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) 2.0 - Amendment

DateResponseResponse
Jul 7th 2017 7:39 am Response: #228397 Attached are comments from the National Health Law Program on Indiana's proposal to amend its application to extend the Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0.
Jul 7th 2017 12:42 pm Response: #228413 The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation respectfully submits the attached comments.
Jul 7th 2017 2:16 pm Response: #228421 Please see the attached comments.
Jul 8th 2017 1:00 pm Response: #228433 The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is pleased to submit the attached comments on the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) 2.0 Waiver Amendment request.
Jul 9th 2017 12:43 pm Response: #228437 Please find the attached comments of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.
Jul 9th 2017 4:59 pm Response: #228441 Saint Joseph Health System respectfully submits the attached comments.
Jul 9th 2017 6:30 pm Response: #228445 Attached please find comments regarding the Indiana waiver amendment application from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Thank you.
Jul 12th 2017 7:04 am Response: #228489 The proposed plan amendment from Indiana is outrageous. The state admits that its proposal would cover fewer people, yet cost more money. There is no rational reason for this. CMS should reject this amendment, and also make clear that Indiana should switch to a standard Medicaid expansion, which is better for public health than the current plan. --John Lacny, Bloomington, IN
Jul 12th 2017 7:32 am Response: #228493 Medicaid is a safety net among public benefits. The majority of recipients are elderly, disabled, and minor children. The majority of adults who qualify are already working. However, they work in low wage jobs and already struggle to support larger families. Any work requirements should use a formula to calculate required work hours, similar to SNAP, which divides gross monthly income by minimum wage as part of the methodology to determine work hours a person must perform. Exemptions should be granted for individuals who are disabled, exceed age 65, are under age 18, and individuals caring for elderly, disabled, and minor individuals. Work requirements should include opportunities for volunteer services in the community and charitable causes, when paid employment is not available. Thank you for your consideration and the opportunity to comment.
Jul 12th 2017 8:35 am Response: #228501 Please reject Indiana's proposed Medicaid plan. The work requirements will result in a plan that covers fewer people, but costs more money -- by the state's own admission! This plan is not only cruel, it's fiscally irresponsible. --A Concerned Hoosier
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