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The HIV Medical Services Program provides assistance to individuals with HIV disease in need of therapeutic medications and medical services. It is designed to give an individual full access to comprehensive health insurance at no cost to the person enrolled in the program. The program provides both short- and long-term benefit packages covering basic health care services as well as the range of HIV-related medical services and medications, including all FDA-approved highly active antiretroviral drugs. Four different plans are offered:
Health Insurance Assistance Plan (HIAP)
This program pays the premium, deductible,
co-pay and co-insurance costs to eligible individuals routed through Indiana’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Association (ICHIA) Program.
AIDS Drug Assistance Plan (ADAP)
This program assists eligible individuals in obtaining limited FDA-approved therapeutic drugs if there is a waiting period before
HIAP/ICHIA insurance coverage begins.
Early Intervention Plan (EIP)
This program covers the costs associated with medical services such as doctor visits, laboratory services, specified vaccinations, and influenza shots. EIP provides funding for health care services during a possible three-month waiting period before their full HIAP/ICHIA benefit begins.
Medicare Part D Assistance Plan (MDAP)
This program provides assistance toward the co-pay, co-insurance and deductible cost of a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan for qualifying individuals aged 65 and older.
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For more information regarding HIV Medical Services, please call toll-free 866-588-4948 and select option #1.