Gov. Mike Pence is meeting with federal officials this weekend to discuss ways to provide health insurance to the 400,000 Hoosiers who fall into a coverage gap.
A total of 47,700 Indiana residents have enrolled in an insurance plan since the federal health exchange went online in October.
Three IU researchers are working to develop a computer system they say could improve the quality and decrease the cost of medical treatment.
More than 30,000 Hoosiers have enrolled in health care plans through the federal exchange, but most of them are older adults who cost insurance companies more.
Now that the federal exchange website is running more smoothly, health care groups are again trying to help people sign up for insurance.
Only 701 Hoosiers have signed up for coverage at healthcare.gov since it went online Oct. 1.
Indiana is extending health coverage for high-risk individuals because of the problems the federal government's health exchange website has been experiencing.
More than half of Indiana's counties do not have someone trained to guide Hoosiers signing up for the new health care marketplace.
State officials are worried high-risk Hoosiers will not get health coverage by January 1 because of problems with the Affordable Care Act's website.
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