The Foundation for Complex Healthcare Solutions Inception

The Foundation for Complex Healthcare Solutions (FCHS) originated and developed out of a need to find simpler, better, more cost effective solutions to complex healthcare problems. The original FCHS programs were developed to address the extremely high cost healthcare needs of individuals covered by the Indiana Comprehensive Health Insurance Association or ICHIA. ICHIA was the State high risk pool for individuals who were unable to qualify for commercial health insurance in the pre-Affordable Care Act days of insurance. State high risk pools were established by many states to address this need. FCHS’s first programs dealt with Hemophilia and HIV, both conditions characterized by very high costs of care. To learn more about how FCHS achieved significant cost reductions and better care delivery for Hemophilia and HIV patients, contact us at