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.
President Obama said this week insurance companies would be allowed to reinstate health insurance plans that were canceled a result of the Affordable Care Act.
Navigators in Indiana are reporting a high volume of calls as Hoosiers seek information about the marketplace-a key portion of the Affordable Care Act.
Open enrollment for the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace begins Tuesday for the 880,000 uninsured Hoosiers.
The Indiana Department of Insurance says individuals purchasing health insurance will see their premiums increase by an average of 72 percent next year.
The state wants to continue using the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP, as its health insurance program for low-income Hoosiers not covered by Medicaid.