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Medicaid Policy Home > State Plan Amendment Updates State Plan Amendment Updates

The Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) State Plans are Indiana's agreements with the federal government as to the design and operation of the Medicaid and CHIP programs, respectively. Indiana amends the state plans in order to inform the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) of programmatic and financing changes and to secure legal authority for those changes, which ensures continued federal funding. Pursuant to IC 12-15-1.3-17.5, OMPP also submits state plan amendments (SPAs) to the State Budget Committee for review.  Below are pending Medicaid and CHIP State Plan Amendments as well as links to state and federal resources for historical purposes.

Pending Children's Health Insurance Program State Plan Amendments

 

No pending CHIP SPAs at this time.

Pending Medicaid State Plan Amendments

Public Notices

SPA 16-015 (Notice of Changes in Methods and Standards for Medicaid Payments for Hospitals)

SPA 16-004 (Notice of Changes in Methods and Standards for Medicaid Payments for Services Provided by Freestanding Birthing Center Providers)

SPA 16-014 (Public Notice Regarding Changes to Tobacco Dependence Treatment)

SPA 16-011 (Notice of Changes in Methods and Standards for Medicaid Payments for Skin Substitute Services)

SPA 16-012 (Notice of Changes in Methods and Standards for Medicaid Payments for Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor Services)

Resources

Indiana Medicaid State Plan at IndianaMedicaid.com

CMS' repository of Indiana Medicaid State Plan Amendments

CMS' repository of Indiana Children's Health Insurance Program State Plan Amendments