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.
Americans are signing up for healthcare as a part of open enrollment, but the election is leading to a sense of uncertainty surrounding the marketplace.
More than half a million Hoosiers are now covered because of the ACA, but a new report indicates that a small percentage of those people will see rising rates.
Both Republican primary candidates for the open U.S. Senate seat say Obamacare should be repealed, but experts say their alternative plans won't work.
Critics have argued at one year old, locking HIP 2.0 into state statute is premature.
Overall, enrollment increased in 2016, but enrollment in Indiana is down by a little over 20,000.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of upholding health care subsidies for 6.4 million Americans, including 159,000 Hoosiers.
Donnelly wants to allow businesses to hire workers for up to 40 hours per week without being required to provide health insurance.
Indiana's senators say the Keystone XL Pipeline, immigration and Obamacare will likely be the main issues this year.