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Medicaid Waiver – Part 2: What Happens After You Receive the FS Waiver

by Kelly Pence on

In the first part of this two-part article (Medicaid Waiver – Part 1: What It Is and How You Acquire […]

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Important Information About Your MDwise – Manage Care Coverage

by Dana Renay on

As of April 1, 2017, MDWise will no longer be offering the Hoosier Care Connect (HCC) plan to current or […]

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Fun Winter Activities

by Andrea Gilkison on

Depending on your approach, a very cold or snowy winter can be a time of great fun or a season […]

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Medicaid Waiver – Part 1: What It Is and How You Acquire It

by Kelly Pence on

The first and most important thing to understand when you begin the process of acquiring a Medicaid Waiver for your […]

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