Ind. gets one-year waiver to operate non-ACA health program

09/4/2013 | Reuters

Indiana has received federal approval to temporarily operate its own health insurance program under a one-year waiver from the CMS, Gov. Mike Pence said Tuesday. The move makes Indiana the first state to get such a major exception under the Affordable Care Act. "We look forward to working with Indiana and all other states in bringing a flexible, state-based approach to Medicaid coverage expansion and encourage the state to explore these options," a CMS spokesperson said.

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