Caresource Indiana Inc.

Caresource Indiana Inc.

Dayton, OH 46204
Tax ID32-0121856

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To Make a Lasting Difference in our members' lives by improving their health and well-being. CareSource Indiana is a Nonprofit Medicaid HMO licensed by the State of Indiana.


CareSource Indiana Inc. (CSIN or CareSource Indiana) is a nonprofit organization established under the state law of Indiana. CSIN is a member of the CareSource group of nonprofit organizations (the "CareSource Group"). The mission of the CareSource Group is to make a lasting difference in its members' lives by improving their health and well-being. CSIN firmly adheres to this mission, which it terms as the organization's "heartbeat," by providing services that go well beyond the delivery of medical benefits. CSIN's membership includes: (1) Hoosier Healthwise (Medicaid) and Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) Medicaid expansion consumers, (2) Medicare Advantage low-income consumers, and (3) a Qualified Health Plan offered through the Federal Health Insurance Exchange, providing low-cost comprehensive coverage for uninsured individuals and families. CSIN is accredited through the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for its qualified Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid plans. Accreditation is the most comprehensive evaluation in the industry and the only assessment that bases results on clinical performance and consumer experience. CSIN focuses on prevention with a goal of improving member health, the quality of health care services received, and accessibility of health care services for its members. This is done through an innovative health and wellness methodology. CSIN has built a high performing provider network to operate as a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). This provider network relies heavily upon federally qualified health centers (FQHCs). FQHCs are generally health care providers that have been recognized by the federal government as providing care to populations that have limited access to medical treatment due to conditions such as poverty and geographic location. Recognized for a commitment to serving at-risk populations, beginning Jan. 1, 2017, CSIN began coordinating care for recipients of state supported programs that provide health services to recipients, through Hoosier Healthwise and HIP. Hoosier Healthwise is available to pregnant women and children and HIP covers adults 19 to 64 years of age whose incomes are less than 138% of the federal poverty level and do not meet certain eligibility requirements for other health coverage programs. CSIN offers two Medicare Advantage Plans in the State. CSIN primarily enrolls low-income individuals in these plans. CSIN's Qualified Health Plan on the Health Insurance Marketplace primarily serves low-income individuals and was designed for those low-income adults who are recently uninsured or have never been insured. The plan is affordable, with low monthly premiums, low copays, low annual deductibles, and free generic prescriptions for some members. Members have the choice of buying dental and vision plans in addition to their medical plan. Members can receive assistance through CSIN's many programs designed to remove barriers to health and well-being. CareSource Indiana can, therefore, further its mission as a means of improving the health and well-being of Indiana's low-income populations. In 2015, the CareSource Group created a pilot program called CareSource Life Services, which couples the largest low-income subsidy safety net, Medicaid, with a holistic approach to addressing economic well-being and social connectedness. Life Services coordinates a range of resources through community and employer partnerships. A key component of Life Services is JobConnect, an initiative that helps members to increase skills and attain connections to long-term employment. JobConnect is a program and member benefit designed to serve members that are seeking assistance with education and employment goals. JobConnect is a voluntary program that pairs interested members with a Life Coach that walks alongside them as they identify and address potential barriers to their goals. Once a member decides to participate in JobConnect, they work with a regionally-based Life Coach that helps the member identify resource strengths, educational and training goals, and employment opportunities. Prior to employment placement, assessments are completed that may indicate a need surrounding the social determinants of health such as: food stability, housing, child care, transportation, etc. Together with the member, Life Coaches are able to coordinate, refer, and connect members with community resources and partners that exists to meet particular needs. Once immediate needs are addressed and an educational/employment plan is created, the member sets goals and derives an action plan to accomplish their goals. Some members may be interested in a training program that better equips them for specific employment positions while others may be ready for the workforce and need preparation in the form of resume assistance, interview prep, soft skills, etc. Life Coaches seek to understand the job needs and preferences of members and prepare them for job attainment. The goal is to help members secure long-term employment by connecting them with employers that provide full-time hours, benefits, and the opportunity for growth. JobConnect is designed to work with members for up to 24 months to help members navigate the employment world while balancing their home life. In 2018, CSIN began serving members exiting state prisons through a unique pilot partnership with the Indiana Department of Corrections and the Indiana Family Social Services Administration. The program is designed to support the successful reentry of individuals returning from prisons. As a voluntary and transitional benefit, the program provides the following services: (1) Pre-release care coordination, including in-reach services to assist in transitional planning; (2) A network of community based substance use treatment providers across the State of Indiana; and (3) Access to recovery services including supported housing, employment services, peer-recovery, community-based care management, and life skills. In support of CSIN's commitment to its charitable purposes, some of its appointed trustees and committee members elect to earn charitable credits for board or committee meetings attended. At year-end, trustees and committee members may designate their credits to their Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity of choice. Charitable donations in the amount of $3,000 were paid or accrued for in 2018 under this policy by the Organization.

Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing

The purpose of the non-profit, as set forth in the filing, is “To make a lasting difference in our members lives by improving their health and well-being. caresource indiana, inc. is a nonprofit medicaid health maintenance organization licensed by the state of indiana.”.

When discussing its purpose, they were characterized as: “To make a lasting difference in our members' lives by improving their health and well-being. caresource indiana is a nonprofit medicaid hmo licensed by the state of indiana.”.

  • The state in which the non-profit is legally authorized to operate is IN, as reported.
  • The filing confirms that the non-profit's address in 2017 was Same as C Above, Dayton, OH, 45401.
  • The form of the non-profit reports 27 employees as of 2017.
  • Does not operate a hospital.
  • Does not operate a school.
  • Does not collect art.
  • Does not provide credit counseling.
  • Does not have foreign activities.
  • Is not a donor advised fund.
  • Is not a private foundation.
  • Expenses are between $250,000 and $500,000.
  • Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
  • Revenue less expenses is -$5,744,841.
  • The remuneration of the CEO of the organization is based on an independent review and approval process.
  • The organization elects its board members.
  • The organization has a written policy that describes how long it will retain documents.
  • The organization has 3 independent voting members.
  • The organization was formed in 2004.
  • The organization has a written policy that addresses conflicts of interest.
  • The organization is required to file Schedule J.
  • The organization is required to file Schedule O.
  • The organization engages in lobbying activities.
  • The organization pays $0 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
  • The organization pays $0 in fundraising expenses.
  • The organization provides Form 990 to its governing body.
  • The organization has minutes of its meetings.
  • The organization has a written whistleblower policy.
  • The organization's financial statements were reviewed by an accountant.