Healthy Indiana Plan


I found out some information about Indiana's Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) today regarding the new health care reform legislation. An article I read online led me to believe that the Governor was suspending all new applicants but that is not the case. Governor Daniels suspended HIP enrollment of adults who do not have children. HIP had already hit its limit on the number of adults without children but had recently opened up 2000 slots for additional adults - those applications will end on Monday. HIP will continue to enroll families with children until the federal legislation takes full effect in 2014. The Governor's Office Press Secretary has stated that no one currently enrolled in HIP will be dropped until the federal legislation takes full effect in 2014. Good information to know for anyone who is on it or who was thinking of applying!

For more information on HIP, please go here.

5 comments :

  1. Did you know there are new health insurance plans that provide a low cost alternative to conventional insurance plans?

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  2. Hi today HP is very great and branded company very large of amount brand is available of HP thanks for great sharing.

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  3. With its health savings account-style personal accounts, it has been enormously popular among its participants. The governor hopes those folks will do all right when they are pitched into Medicaid

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  4. Why does Indiana have to terminate Healthy Indiana Plan providing health insurance to 50,000 poor?

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  5. Calculate your monthly costs of the plan. Costs vary based on income and family size. Before you apply for the plan, research the cost for your family and decide if it is the right decision for you.

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