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December 2|11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Medicaid Estate Recovery

Medicaid Estate Recovery is the process by which the State of Indiana seeks to recover amounts paid by Medicaid on behalf of a qualified individual. When a Medicaid recipient dies, the State of Indiana is required by federal and state law to seek recovery from their estate funds equal to the amount used to pay for their medical expenses, including capitation payments made to a managed care entity on behalf of a member of the Healthy Indiana Plan. Any funds recovered through the estate recovery process are then used to help provide for future Medicaid recipients. The Indiana Family & Social Services Administration Estate Recovery Program is the entity that administers the estate recovery process for the State of Indiana. The Estate Recovery Program will seek to recover the total amount Medicaid has paid on behalf of recipients after they turned 55-years-of-age, and in certain other limited circumstances

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Jenny Walden

jwalden@indianapca.org

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