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Enrollment for Indiana Marketplace, HIP open through December 15

Community news | Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Contact: Dave Ommen

King’s Daughters’ Health reminds everyone that enrollment for health insurance coverage through the Indiana Marketplace and Healthy Indiana Plans (HIP) is open through December 15, 2018.

No one plans to become sick or injured, but unforeseen illnesses and injuries can lead to unexpected costs. Having insurance coverage helps individuals and families plan for their care and how to pay for it. It also ensures they will have access to primary and preventative care when and where they need it. Subsidies are often available to help low and moderate-income families obtain the coverage they need.

King’s Daughters’ Health has partnered with ClaimAid Patient Advocates to help individuals and families enroll in the Marketplace or Healthy Indiana (HIP) plan of their choice, to assist them with making changes in coverage, and to answer questions about coverage options and costs.

Help from ClaimAid

To reach a KDH ClaimAid Patient Advocate, call 812.801.0744 or 812.801.0679 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments are available and can be scheduled over the phone.

Plans contracted with KDH

Although individuals have a choice of plans, it’s important for local families to know which plans are contracted with King’s Daughters’ Health for local coverage.

Marketplace Plans contracted with KDH:
CareSource Marketplace of Indiana
Note: KDH is not contracted with MDWise Marketplace

Healthy Indiana Plans contracted with KDH:
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Managed Health Services (MHS)

Note: KDH is not contracted with CareSource Medicaid.

People purchase insurance for their cars, homes, and even their phones, but too many people neglect health insurance coverage. King’s Daughters’ Health encourages local families to learn more about affordable coverage options. Call a ClaimAid Patient Advocate today.

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