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FAQ about Hoosier Care Connect

Many of our members have been receiving letters about Hoosier Care Connect. You can read more about it at this post: http://fvindiana.blogspot.com/2015/03/information-about-hoosier-care-connect.html

The most common question is how to choose a plan. FSSA addressed this in their FAQ:


Q28. What should I consider when choosing a health plan? 

A. Choosing a health plan is a personal decision. While FSSA is confident that all health plans are able to meet your needs, you may want to consider the following points when choosing a health plan: 

Doctor: If you already have a favorite doctor that you want to continue to see, you should find out which plans he or she participates in. You can call the Hoosier Care Connect Helpline at 1- 866-963-7383 to find out if your doctor participates in any of the health plans.

Locations: You may want to make sure that the health plan has providers that are conveniently located for you. This may mean they are near your home, your work, your child’s school, or on a bus line. You can call the Hoosier Care Connect Helpline at 1-866-963-7383 to find out what doctors are located near you in each health plan.

Special Programs: Hoosier Care Connect health plans each offer special programs such as disease management and wellness programs. You may want to select the health plan that offers special programs for something that is of interest to you. You can call the Hoosier Care Connect Helpline at 1-866-963-7383 to learn more about the special programs offered by each health plan.

You can find the entire FAQ embedded below:


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