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The Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace


What if I tried to enroll by March 31 but didn’t finish in time?

If you tried to enroll in health coverage any time before midnight on March 31 and didn’t finish, you can still get coverage for 2014. Click here for information about that

You must finish your enrollment by April 15 to get coverage for 2014. If you enroll by April 15, your coverage will begin May 1.

• Continue with your application. Log in to your online Marketplace application and continue the enrollment process. Pick up where you left off. Before you finish enrolling, you’ll see a statement that you tried to enroll before March 31 and didn’t finish. If you continue past that point, you’re confirming that statement.


• Contact the Marketplace Call Center. Be sure to tell the customer service representative that you tried to enroll before March 31. They can help you finish enrolling by phone. Call 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, putting in place reforms that improve access to affordable health coverage and protect consumers from abusive insurance company practices.

The Health Insurance Marketplace aims to make it easy for Hoosiers to compare qualified health plans, get answers to questions, find out if they are eligible for lower costs for private insurance or health programs like Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and enroll in health coverage.

For more information about the Health Insurance Marketplace:

Help Line:  1-800-318-2596



IN.gov: Healthcare Reform

What Is the Marketplace in My State?

Find Local Help 

NOTE: Federally-trained navigators offer their services absolutely FREE.  Those with only the Indiana navigator designation may charge a fee so it’s best to confirm whether or not the navigator charges before receiving help.  The organizations listed on healthcare.gov all offer their services absolutely free so we recommend using their list.

Health plan information for individuals and families. Examples of available plans in the Marketplace for comparison purposes. Please note: These are general, average prices and don’t account for individual circumstances including age, household makeup, smoking status, and income. 

Get Covered America is a non-partisan, non-profit organization offering information on healthcare options. The organization offers a simple calculator to estimate your monthly health insurance cost. While not every plan option and tax credit can be estimated with their tool, it may help with plan comparison.  

For more information about the Affordable Care Act:

Read the Law

From the White House: What the New Health Law Means for You and Your Family

The New Health Care Law and You  An informative health insurance overview booklet created by the staff at Emory University Health Literacy Research Center.

AARP Health Law Answers  AARP breaks down the ACA so consumers can see how it works for their situations.

How the Health Care Law is Making a Difference for the People of Indiana