Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace
St. Vincent is Here to Help You Get Covered or Stay Covered
Make St. Vincent your partner in navigating the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace and the new Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0). If you’re uninsured, we can help you find affordable insurance for your entire family. You may even qualify for free or low-cost health coverage.
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St. Vincent is here to help you get covered or stay covered. If you’re a U.S. citizen or lawfully present and do not have affordable insurance through your employer, you may qualify for health insurance in the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace or the Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0. For an overview of health insurance options:Health Insurance Plans
Facts About the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace
Open enrollment for 2016 coverage was November 1 through January 31, 2015. However, if you experience a life changing event that involves change in family status (for example, marriage or birth of a child) or loss of other health coverage you qualify for a special enrollment period of 60 days.
If you want to retain St. Vincent as your primary provider, check below for a list of St. Vincent Marketplace plans.
Eligible individuals can sign up for Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)at any time.
Facts About Hip 2.0
The new Healthy Indiana Plan (or “HIP 2.0”) is an affordable health insurance program from the State of Indiana for uninsured adult Hoosiers.
The Healthy Indiana Plan pays for medical expenses and provides incentives for members to be more health conscious.
The Healthy Indiana Plan provides coverage for qualified low-income Hoosiers ages 19 to 64, who are interested in participating in a low-cost, consumer-driven health care program.
Hoosiers with incomes of up to $16,433 annually for an individual, $22,251.60 for a couple or $33,868.80 for a family of four are generally eligible to participate in the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Need Help Enrolling?
Find a Physician
Once you have enrolled in a plan, it's important that you select a primary care physician. St. Vincent Health can help.
To find a physician and schedule a free get-acquainted visit, please visit our St. Vincent Medical Group page.
Commonly Asked Questions
Below are some of the commonly asked questions regarding the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace. Still have a question? Call 844-STVPLAN (788-7526) to schedule an appointment or have our enrollment specialists help you through the process.
What is a Health Insurance Marketplace?
Eligible Hoosiers can use Indiana's Health Insurance Marketplace to learn about their health insurance options, compare plans, and enroll in health coverage for themselves or their families. Additionally, Marketplaces provide Hoosiers with information on programs available to help lower their monthly premiums and out-of-pocket costs, and help them determine if they're eligible for public health coverage programs like Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Can I purchase Health Insurance Through the Marketplace?
Most Hoosiers are eligible to purchase private health coverage through Indiana's Health Insurance Marketplace as long as they:
- Live in the United States
- Are a U.S. citizen or national (or are lawfully present)
- Are not currently incarcerated
What Key Dates do I Need to Remember?
If you didn’t enroll in a 2016 health insurance plan by January 31, 2016, you can’t enroll in a health insurance plan for 2016 unless you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
I Have Insurance Through my Employer. Does This Affect Me?
No. If you are eligible for employer-sponsored health coverage, you will not be affected.
Whether you qualify for the Marketplace will depend on what kind of coverage your employer offers. If your job-based coverage is considered "affordable" and meets minimum value, you won't be able to get lower costs on premiums or out-of-pocket costs in the Marketplace. This is true no matter what your income and family size are.
Employer coverage is considered affordable if the employee's share of the annual premium for self-only coverage is no greater than 9.5% of annual household income. Read More
How Much Will Insurance Cost?
Monthly premium costs for insurance purchased through the Marketplace are not yet available. For more information:
What if I Can’t Afford Insurance?
Based on your income and family size, you may qualify for financial assistance.
Individuals making up to $46,680 or a family of 4 making up to $95,400 may qualify for help paying their monthly premiums when they purchase health insurance through the Marketplace.
Additionally, individuals making up to $29,175 or a family of 4 making up to $59,625 may qualify for additional assistance to help lower the amount they pay for out-of-pocket costs like deductibles, coinsurance, and co-payments.
What if I’m a Part-Time Employee Without Health Coverage?
If you're a part-time worker without job-based coverage, you may be able to buy health insurance in the Marketplace and get lower costs based on your income. Read more
What if I’m Self Employed?
If you're self-employed with no employees, you're not considered an employer. You can use the individual Marketplace to find coverage that fits your needs. Read more
What if I’m Retired, but not Eligible for Medicare?
If you're retired without coverage, you may use the Health Insurance Marketplace to buy health insurance. If you don't have coverage you may have to pay a fee. Read more
What if I Have Medicare?
Medicare isn't part of the Health Insurance Marketplace, so you don't need to do anything. If you have Medicare, you are considered covered.
The Marketplace won't affect your Medicare choices, and your benefits won't be changing. No matter how you get Medicare, whether through Original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage Plan, you'll still have the same benefits and security you have now. You won't have to make any changes.
Note: The Marketplace does not offer Medicare supplement (Medigap) insurance or Part D drug plans. For information on these programs, visit Medicare.gov.
What Documents do I Need to get Started?
If available, please collect the below documents to get a head start on your enrollment:
- Photo ID
- Social Security Card
- Health Insurance Card (if currently insured)
- Birth Certificate
- Last 3 months of pay stubs or a proof of no income statement
- Last 3 months of bank statements
- Vehicle Registration
- Last year’s tax return
What is HIP 2.0?
The new Healthy Indiana Plan (or “HIP 2.0”) is an affordable health insurance program from the State of Indiana for uninsured adult Hoosiers. The Healthy Indiana Plan pays for medical expenses and provides incentives for members to be more health conscious.
St. Vincent Marketplace Plans
Make St. Vincent your partner in navigating the Indiana Health Insurance Marketplace. If you’re uninsured, we can help you find affordable insurance for your entire family. Call 844-STVPLAN (788-7526) to schedule an appointment or have our enrollment specialists help you through the process. For additional information please click on the health insurance providers below.
- Anthem - Please call the toll-free number listed on the back of your member identification card
- United Healthcare
For a complete listing of Marketplace plans by county and by ministry for 2016, click here.
St. Vincent HIP 2.0 Plan
The Healthy Indiana Plan (or “HIP 2.0”) is an affordable health insurance program from the State of Indiana for uninsured adult Hoosiers. If you’re uninsured, we can help you find affordable insurance for your entire family. Call 844.STVPLAN (788.7526) to schedule an appointment or have our enrollment specialists help you through the process.