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Older Hoosiers Get Support Their Way with Indiana PathWays for Aging

Soon Hoosiers aged 60 and over will have enhanced support to manage their healthcare outcomes and live independently.

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is launching the Indiana PathWays for Aging Medicaid program in July 2024. This is a new way for Indiana to provide high-quality healthcare and support to qualifying Hoosiers aged 60 and older on Medicaid (or Medicaid and Medicare) benefits.

PathWays will let qualifying older Hoosiers pick a health plan. And that plan will help them get high-quality services and support they need to live independently.

Older Hoosiers on Medicaid (or on Medicaid and Medicare) will want to watch for these notices over the next few months in their mailbox:

  • Watch for an enrollment letter in the mail in February or March 2024 about choosing a plan. Some individuals with long-term services and support may also receive a phone call from Maximus. 

  • Once enrolled, look for a reminder letter 60 days before the plan starts.

  • PathWays plan will begin in July of 2024.

Learn more about PathWays at 87-Pathway4 (1-877-284-9294) or visit in.gov/PathWays.



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