Audi Racine received her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies from Ball State University in 2012, and in May 2020 she graduated with her Juris Doctorate degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law with a concentration in health law. Audi is passionate about civil service and brings to IPHCA her experience from the Indiana Attorney General’s Office where she advocated on behalf of patients for consumer protection. She worked to bring appropriate resolutions to patient complaints through investigations concerning violations of the Indiana medical licensing statutes.
Most recently, she worked for the Indiana Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning (OMPP), where she supported more than 50,000 Indiana Health Coverage Programs (IHCP) providers. Audi provided her expertise in federal and state laws for policy development and implementation to improve overall access to quality care and ensure provider network adequacy. She managed various projects including the state-wide provider enrollment and credentialing initiative. Audi looks forward to supporting and advocating on behalf of Indiana health centers to improve access to healthcare for all Indiana residents.
Role at IPHCA
Researches strategies and crafts policies to improve access to healthcare for all Indiana residents
Monitors and reports on emerging legislation and government policy areas pertaining to IPHCA and members
Advocacy work and policy education for community health centers
Evaluates impact of legislative and administrative actions on IPHCA members
Develops and maintains relationships with key partners