Indiana insurance law and regulation
News that affects your health insurance and planning
May 26, 2019 – Status of alternative non-ACA health plans: Indiana does not require individuals to maintain adequate health coverage. The state provides no premium or cost-sharing subsidies for individual market coverage, permits insurers to sell non-compliant transitional policies in the individual market and limits the sale of short-term coverage more strictly than the federal government by limiting the initial contract duration of underwritten short-term coverage to 6 months.
March 21, 2019 – Indiana University and Riley Children’s Health are cited for best-in-class mental health and behavioral care. This network is the only pediatric research hospital in the state, ranked among the top hospitals in the nation in eight categories of specialized healthcare for children.
November 24, 2018 – Indiana’s CareSource, said the insurer projects a 5 percent to 8 percent decrease in its Affordable Care Act plan sales during open enrollment, which began Nov. 1 and will run through Dec. 15. This is the sixth year for Affordable Care Act enrollment, and the second straight year that CareSource and Ambetter from MHS are the only participating insurers in Indiana. Between them, they enrolled more than 147,000 Indiana residents in the marketplace last year.