CareSource, a nationally recognized health plan, was again awarded the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) and Hoosier Healthwise (HHW) contract by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA).
CareSource has served Hoosiers since 2016 with CareSource Marketplace and Medicare Advantage health plans and in 2017, CareSource was selected to serve HIP and HHW members. Since then, the health plan has launched a number of innovative programs including the CareSource Reentry Program™ to ensure the successful transition of justice-involved individuals back into communities, as well as initiatives to remove barriers to health care, housing, employment, and maternal and infant health and to improve health equity.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to continue to serve HHW and HIP members and look forward to continuing to work with FSSA on ways to improve the overall health and well-being of all underserved Hoosiers,” said Steve Smitherman, president of CareSource Indiana.
CareSource’s programs and community partners have included housing supports with Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership, Nurse-Family Partnership, mobile vaccine clinics, driver license reinstatement assistance, CareSource JobConnect™, CareSource Reentry Program™ and the COVID-19 vaccine scheduling and transportation assistance.