from IDOI: CONSUMER ALERT June 28, 2019 Short-Term Health Plans – What Do You Need to Know? The Indiana Department of Insurance offers information for Hoosiers on short-term health plans and the changes effective July 1. Indianapolis – The Indiana Department of Insurance provides the following information for Hoosiers who are currently enrolled in, or are considering, a short-term health insurance plan. Under current Indiana law, a short-term plan can be no longer than six months. It also may not be renewed. However, this law will change on July 1, 2019. What does the new Indiana law say about short-term plans? During the 2019 Legislative Session, the Indiana General Assembly passed HEA 1631, which makes several changes to the current law. Starting July 1, 2019, a short-term plan may be renewed for up to 36 months, may be issued for a term of 364 days or less and has an annual benefit limit of $2 million dollars. In addition to other requirements, a short-term pla
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