Four of eight insurers who sell plans in Indiana through HealthCare.gov have filed proposed rate changes that would lower the price of their insurance plans.
The federal government is giving Americans another chance to get coverage through the federal health insurance marketplace.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says 89 percent of uninsured people don’t know they can enroll in healthcare coverage from now through Feb. 15.
The insurance company Wellpoint has changed its name to Anthem, which is the company's most-recognizable brand.
Federal support for the program is set to run out next year.
Insurance companies are facing higher costs after increased enrollments have led to more hospital visits for treatment.
The number of children without health insurance in Indiana has dropped nearly 1.5 percent in the past four years.
The open enrollment deadline for Affordable Care Act health exchanges is March 31, with some key newly announced exceptions.
As of February first, the percentage of Hoosiers between the ages of 18 and 34 who enrolled in the federal health exchange was 23 percent.
The Indiana Department of Insurance announced it doesn’t have the legal authority to approve reversed cancellations.