Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP)

The Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) covers adults age 19-64 whose incomes are at or below the federal poverty level and who are not covered by Medicare or other minimum essential health coverage.  Enrollment limits apply to adults without dependent children.  HIP requires you to make a minimal monthly contribution to your coverage based on the amount of your income.  HIP does not cover vision, dental or maternity services. For more information about the Healthy Indiana Plan, click here.

Indiana wants to build on the successes of the current HIP program to provide health insurance coverage options to more adults.  This new program, called HIP 2.0, is in the proposal stages - no applications are being taken at this time.

If you would like to learn more about HIP 2.0, you can go to the HIP 2.0 Proposal web page.