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Family and Social Services Administration

Medicaid Policy Home > About OMPP About OMPP

The Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning (OMPP) administers Medicaid programs and performs medical review of Medicaid disability claims. Medicaid is more than just health coverage. It provides vital health care to about one in seven Hoosiers. Nearly 800,000 people stay healthy, or start on the road to better health, thanks to Medicaid.

  • Hoosier Healthwise serves more than 450,000 children and pregnant women. We are working to ensure that more young children receive well-child doctor visits, helping them to a healthy start in their critical developmental years. Hoosier Healthwise supports early healthcare for pregnant women. Prenatal care in the first trimester has proven to reduce the risk of premature and low birth weight babies
  • The Indiana Chronic Disease Management Program helps some of our most vulnerable Medicaid recipients improve their health and manage chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and asthma
  • Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Medicaid waiver programs help seniors and people with disabilities to live, work and become active members in their communities by providing alternative supports and services to institutional care
  • Hoosier Rx helps thousands of low-income seniors to buy the prescription drugs needed to stay healthy

Medicaid Policy Manual