Am I Eligible?

The Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) makes health coverage available to low-income adults ages 19 to 64. They may not be eligible for Medicare or Medicaid.

Click here to access a calculator that will help you see if you are eligible for the Healthy Indiana Plan.

Click here for conditions that may qualify you as medically frail

HIP income levels and POWER accounts

If you are an adult age 19-64, who is not disabled, click here to see if your income qualifies you for HIP**.

Making a POWER account payment each month lets you have HIP Plus benefits including vision and dental coverage. The following are examples of income levels and related POWER account pay-in amounts.

Your POWER account invoice will be for one of five tiers, ranging from $1 to $20. Each member will pay one of the five amounts: $1, $5, $10, $15 or $20. Your amount will be based on how your family income compares to the Federal Poverty Level as shown below. If you are a married couple, your POWER account contribution could be split between the two of you.

Federal Poverty Level Monthly
PAC Single
Person
Monthly PAC
Spouses
Less than 22% $1.00 $1.00
23% - 50% $5.00 $2.50
51% - 75% $10.00 $5.00
76% - 100% $15.00 $7.50
101% - 138% $20.00 $10.00
 

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* Parent and Caretaker participants must make sure their children have the minimum essential coverage to be eligible for HIP.

** Attention: The rates listed reflect the most updated information on Federal Poverty Levels.