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Managing and accessing health care and staying well – medical, mental health,
behavior, developmental, wellness and nutrition.
This search finds providers of medical services enrolled with Indiana Medicaid. However, these providers may not be accepting new patients or patients in every Medicaid program. You should contact the provider directly to see whether he or she is accepting new patients. Be sure to tell the provider that you have Medicaid coverage.
Project Lifesaver is the premier search and rescue program operated internationally by public safety agencies, and is strategically designed for “at risk” individuals who are prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering. The primary mission of Project Lifesaver is to provide timely response to save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children with the propensity to wander.
Indiana Medicaid offers coverage for the Child Mental Health Wraparound home and community-based services. These services are provided to youth, ages 6-17, who have a diagnosis of a serious emotional disturbance.
Learn about Medicaid programs including eligibility, how to apply, member rights and responsibilities, news and updates.
Supplemental medical coverage to help families of children who have serious, chronic medical conditions, age birth to 21 years of age.
Medicaid may cover urological supplies such as diapers, underpads, ostomy bags, and gloves. Coverage of these supplies begins at age 3, provided a medically supported diagnosis exists.
Helps parents customize the well-child visit to their family's needs by helping them identify and prioritize their health risks and concerns before their well-child appointment.
This link provides search options for home health agency facilities by city or county.
Access consumer reports through the Indiana State Department of Health for entities such as ambulatory surgery centers, end stage renal disease clinics, home health agencies, hospice agencies, hospitals, group homes, nursing homes, and assisted living. These reports can be filtered by type of entity and county.
Fact sheets to support understanding of various topics, including health care appointments, reminders for safe activities, and caring for individuals with specific health needs. Examples include emergency room procedures, aspiration prevention, and palliative care considerations.