Hoosiers have four insurance providers offering plans on the Health Insurance Marketplace and about 83 percent of Hoosiers qualify for subsidies.
If confirmed, Seema Verma will work in the Trump administration, bringing experience designing Indiana’s unique Medicaid expansion to national conversations.
For coverage that begins Feb. 1, Hoosiers face a Jan. 15 deadline. Open enrollment continues through Jan. 31.
More than 119,000 Hoosiers have signed up for insurance on healthcare.gov for coverage beginning Jan. 1, a nearly 9 percent increase over last year.
How much Hoosiers will pay on the ACA marketplace depends on many factors — including whom is asked.
The analysis by Avalere Health finds most Indiana counties have three or more marketplace insurers offering coverage for 2017.
The Hoosier state is one of 14 where a single insurer holds at least 50 percent of the market.
A man is challenging the reasonableness of hospital fees and wants the hospital to turn over the discounted rates it charges insured patients.
The November trial date for the proposed merger between Anthem and Cigna could mean trouble for the massive deal.
A state-commissioned evaluation by the Lewin Group found the majority of enrollees both below and above the poverty line chose the so-called “HIP Plus” account.