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.
IU Health Plans said it has notified affected members and state insurance officials.
A man is challenging the reasonableness of hospital fees and wants the hospital to turn over the discounted rates it charges insured patients.
The number of people enrolled for health insurance from the public exchange is up this year. About 175,000 of those are Hoosiers.
Auto insurance is mandatory for drivers throughout Indiana. However, a recent report indicates that not all drivers may be receiving equitable rates.
Lawmakers will wrestle with the question of whether domestic violence victims should get insurance payouts when their spouse destroys property next session.
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.
Most companies provide insurance only once a passenger is in the car, but the moment a ride-sharing driver accepts a client most auto insurers won't cover them.
The FSSA says they've received over 140,000 applications and over 81 percent of them were filled out online.