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Health Insurance Navigators

 
 

This short video explains insurance terms, like deductibles, copays, and provider networks. It also explains how individuals pay for coverage and get medical care and prescription drugs using their health insurance.

Open Enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace is November 1st through December 15th. To see if you are eligible for a special enrollment period, click here.

Get Ready to Apply: Gather your information

  • Dates of birth for all household members

  • Social Security numbers for all household members

  • Photo ID

  • Home and/or mailing address for everyone applying for coverage

  • Employer and income information for every member of your household (an example: paystubs or W2’s)

  • Your best estimate of what your household income will be for 2018

 

Health Insurance Navigators

Why do you need Health Insurance?

Everyone needs health insurance. No one can predict when they will need to see a physician, receive emergency services or be admitted to the hospital. These things cost money, a lot of money. Without health insurance the total of these costs are your responsibility. With health insurance, you only pay a small fraction of the costs, if any. Having health insurance coverage is one of the top methods to prevention of serious diseases and health problems.

What is a Health Insurance Navigator?

An individual or organization that's trained and able to help consumers, small businesses, and their employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms. These individuals and organizations are required to be unbiased. Their services are free to consumers.

Why do you need to see a Health Insurance Navigator?

Insurance is confusing. Navigators are here to guide you through the enrollment process, answer questions, and explain what happens after you submit your application. Navigators can assist with the enrollment process over the phone, through in office appointments, or in some cases home visits.

Gateway to Work Program

Want to know about the Gateway To Work program? Watch this short video to learn about the program and upcoming changes in 2019!

https://www.in.gov/fssa/hip/2466.htm

 

 

Navigator Locations: 

Greene County
Greene County Hospital Primary Care Clinic
1210 N 1000 W Linton, IN  
(812) 890-2322

Gibson County
1105 S Main St Princeton, IN
(812) 881-2030

Knox County
Contact for location.
(812) 881-1934

Daviess County
Washington Health Connection Clinic
2 NE 21st St. Washington, IN
(812) 254-6936

Martin County
200 E Broadway St. Ste. A  Loogootee, IN
(812) 881-1645

Meet Our Navigator Team!

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Jody Puro-Bennett – Gibson County Navigator

Keshua Edwards – Greene County Navigator

Linda Obaseki – Daviess and Martin County Navigator

Abby Boyd – Navigator Supervisor and Knox County Navigator