The short answer? Probably not.
Beginning on January 1, 2018, they'll offer just one off-exchange individual health plan, available only in Benton, Newton, White, Jasper and Warren counties. This means those who receive a subsidy won't be able to purchase this plan on the marketplace.
This does not affect those who have employer-provided insurance, those with Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, Medicaid, or those enrolled in “grandfathered” plans (plans purchased before March 2010).
Those looking for new coverage can use our plan finder to find every plan available in their county here:
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Q: I have an Anthem individual ACA health plan - when do I have to find new coverage?
A: Nothing is changing with your Anthem ACA health plan in 2017. Later this year, you’ll have to shop for a new plan for 2018. You’ll do this during the open enrollment period starting November 1. Affected members will receive an official notice that their plan is ending, along with information on options for next year. We’ll help you connect with the right people to find a new plan.
Q: I didn’t switch to an ACA plan, my individual health plan is grandfathered/grandmothered. Does this affect me?
A: No, this change affects Anthem’s ACA individual health plans only.
Q: Is Anthem also discontinuing individual dental and vision plans in Indiana?
A: No, this change affects Anthem’s individual ACA health plans only. We’ll continue to offer dental and vision plans in Indiana.
Q: I get health benefits from my employer. Does this affect me?
A: No, this change affects Anthem’s individual ACA health plans only. Plans sponsored by employers are not impacted.
Q: I have an Anthem Medicare plan. Does this affect me?
A: No, this change affects Anthem’s individual ACA health plans only. Anthem’s Medicare plans are not impacted.