Medicaid Managed Care

Aged, Blind and Disabled Task Force Questionnaire Response from The Arc of Indiana & Self-Advocates of Indiana  July 22, 2013 1. What goals and outcomes should a Medicaid managed care program for the aged, blind and disabled strive to achieve? New systems must be built with a focus on care coordination, be person-centered, coordinated locally by… Read More

CRPD Treaty Facts

The Arc of the United States and The Arc of Indiana, along with a broad coalition of organizations, is working for the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) treaty. Read the FAQ below to learn about the CRPD Treaty and what you can do to inform Senator Coats and… Read More

Medicaid Expansion & Managed Care

Indiana has a unique opportunity to expand health care coverage to Hoosiers, and grow the economy, by expanding Medicaid coverage as provided under the Affordable Care Act. As part of the Medicaid expansion debate, Indiana is exploring the development of a managed care program for all persons in the “aged, blind and disabled” population for acute… Read More

Objective Based Allocation Guide

Objective Based Allocations (OBA) is the process used to allocate funding to recipients of the Developmental Disabilities (DD) and Autism Medicaid waivers. Learn More: Family and Consumer Guide to Objective Based Allocations. Please share this guide with others and give us feedback on additional information or questions and answers that would be helpful to include in future updates. Read More

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