Specifications include, but are not limited to: Hoosier Care Connect is a current coordinated care program for Indiana’s Medicaid enrollees with a disability who are not Medicare eligible and do not have an institutional level of care. This program will serve approximately 90,000 Indiana residents. Through the Hoosier Care Connect program, FSSA seeks to continue to improve the quality of care and health outcomes for members. This includes improved clinical and functional status, enhanced quality of life, improved member safety, enhanced member autonomy and adherence to treatment plans. In overseeing the Hoosier Care Connect program, FSSA seeks to achieve the following goals:
Improve quality outcomes and consistency of care across the delivery system;
Ensure enrollee choice, protections and access;
Coordinate care across the delivery system and care continuum; and
Provide flexible person centered care.