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The Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) is an affordable health insurance program for uninsured adult Hoosiers, created by Governor Daniels and the Indiana General Assembly in 2007. The program is sponsored by the state and only requires minimal monthly contributions from the participant. HIP is for uninsured Hoosiers between the ages of 19-64. It offers full health benefits including hospital services, mental health care, physician services, prescriptions and diagnostic exams.
For other HIP information or waitlist details, please call 1-877-GET-HIP9, and press 'one' when prompted for the waitlist for childless adults. You will be connected to an enrollment broker. If you are not currently on the waitlist and are a childless adult you may still apply for HIP; those who meet the other eligibility standards will be added to the waitlist in order of receipt.
If you have any questions, please contact 1-877-GET-HIP9 (1-877-438-4479).