Commercial enrollment has decreased in Indiana, and only two managed care organizations remain on the health insurance exchange following the exits of four insurers, although enrollment did not suffer a steep decline. Meanwhile, the federal government approved Indiana's Medicaid waiver, extending Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 for three years and adding a work requirement. After a lawsuit, the state halted the work requirement so the matter could be settled in court.


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