The Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) awarded its prison medical services contract for the next four years to Centurion Health of Indiana. The contract is valued at $643 million, and is slated to begin July 1, 2021. The initial term runs for four years, and is followed by two, two-year renewal options. The annual value is $160 million, about 50% more than the $106 million annual cost for the incumbent Wexford of Indiana, LLC. Centurion will provide general medical services as well as behavioral health, addiction recovery, and maternal child health. There are nearly 24,000 inmates in the . . .