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.
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, dental and chiropractic 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
|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|
Need help? Use this link to find a certified navigator in your area who can help you.
* 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.