A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services official says uninsured Hoosiers are taking time to research the health exchange options available.
The two companies refused to disclose any details of the agreement, but an Indiana University spokesman says it is unlikely to be the last dispute of its kind.
Since Anthem and Premier Healthcare's contract expired, patients have seen a rise in out-of-pocket expenses.
Many IU employees must switch physicians after Anthem and Premier Health Care could not come to a contract agreement.
If no agreement is reached between the two companies by midnight, IU employees could pay more for health services.
Wallace says his priority now is to work on increasing his name recognition in the state.
Rising healthcare costs have forced a medical care provider in Kokomo to close its doors to new patients covered by Anthem insurance.