The health insurance rates listed below are for calendar year 2023.
For information on subsidies to make your coverage affordable, you must take one of the following actions:
- Contact a licensed health insurance agent
- Complete an application at Healthcare.gov
- Contact the provider directly
Obamacare Providers, 63 Plans and 2023 Rates for Owen County, Indiana
Below, you’ll find a summary of the 63 plans for Owen County, Indiana and rates for each of these providers.‡ This chart is designed to give you a preview of your health insurance options.
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How To Sign Up for Obamacare in Indiana for 2023
For 2023 health plans, Indiana open enrollment has ended. However, you may still be able to purchase health insurance for this year if you qualify for a special enrollment period. For example, if you’ve recently lost your job or significant income, you might qualify for a 60-day special enrollment period that will allow you to sign up for a new health insurance plan. (See What Happens If I Missed the Enrollment Deadline?)
To get covered, you can go directly to the online health insurance marketplace for Indiana. If you need personalized help, you can reach out to an enrollment assistant. Most enrollment helpers are working remotely during the COVID crisis.
Where's the Indiana Health Care Exchange?
You can find the health insurance exchange for Indiana at Healthcare.gov. This is where you can learn about the various health insurance options available to you under the Affordable Care Act. If you see a plan you like, you'll be guided through the enrollment process online.
Indiana Medicaid Expansion: Do I Qualify for Medicaid Under the ACA?
The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) expanded Medicaid eligibility to include more people who couldn’t otherwise obtain health insurance. As written, the ACA would extend Medicaid to all adults with incomes at or below 138% of the federal poverty level. (For a single person in Indiana in 2021, that’s $18,754. For a family of four, it’s $38,295.)
However, the U.S. Supreme Court later ruled that it was up to individual states to decide whether to expand Medicaid. As of October 2021, 12 states have not expanded their programs.
Indiana Offers a Limited Version of Medicaid Expansion
Indiana has decided to expand its Medicaid program, but it has done so in a way that differs from most states. Since February 1, 2015, Indiana will use federal Medicaid funds to expand an existing state health insurance program, Healthy Indiana. Indiana residents who need health coverage and are newly eligible for Medicaid -- those who earn up to 138% of the federal poverty level but who are not eligible for Indiana's traditional Medicaid program -- will be able to enroll in the state health plan.
To qualify for the expanded program, low-income Indiana residents with incomes above the federal poverty level will have to pay monthly premiums of 2% of household income -- that's between about $3 and $25 for a single adult without children. Those who don't or can't pay the premiums will be locked out of the Healthy Indiana plan for six months, unless they are considered "medically frail."
In addition, Indiana tried to implement a work requirement for Medicaid but a lawsuit -- and then the COVID-19 pandemic -- caused the state to suspend those plans.
Get Help Finding a Health Insurance Plan in Indiana
Get Help From Indiana's Health Insurance Exchange
The following links and telephone numbers take you to the official help resources for Healthcare.gov, the health insurance marketplace for Indiana.
Help by phone: 800-318-2596 (TTY: 855-889-4325)
In-person help: Go to Find Local Help, where you can enter your city and state or zip code to find an application assister, insurance agent, or health insurance broker in your area.
Get Help From a Licensed Insurance Broker
To directly connect with a Indiana insurance broker who can help you evaluate insurance plans and choose a plan that's appropriate for your situation, call 800-943-6832. (We receive advertising income from the licensed brokers who offer their services through this telephone number.)
For more detailed information, see How Do I Sign Up for Obamacare in Indiana?