Indianapolis-based Managed Health Services has been selected by the Indiana Department of Administration to continue serving Hoosier Care Connect members with Medicaid managed care and care coordination services. MHS parent Centene Corp. (NYSE: CNC) in St. Louis says the new contract features a four-year term and includes the option for two, one-year renewals.
Under Hoosier Care Connect, Centene says MHS will continue providing services to Indiana Health Coverage Programs members who are 65 and older, or with blindness or a disability, who are not eligible for Medicare.
“Our approach reflects a deep understanding of the unique needs our members and their families face every day,” said Kevin O’Toole, MHS president. “We believe our focus on the wellness of the whole person and local presence in Indiana, allows MHS to uniquely address the health needs of our communities.”
Centene says MHS serves more than 330,000 members across the state.