We explain, in understandable terms, how insurance works...
Indiana has, as do most states, a statute that allows one to purchase a short term health insurance policy. These policies are also known as 'bridge policies' because they are intended to offer coverage during a transition period. Should one lose coverage, for whatever reason, one can purchase coverage for as little as a month or up to three years until you reach a stable source of coverage. Typically, these are catastrophic policies, meaning high deductible. Although one can reduce the deductible by increasing the premium.
Premiums vary according to the usual factors that affect insurance cost: the term of coverage, the extent of the coverage, number of insured, age, medical condition, deductible, etc. We'll complete a simple application to provide an accurate premium estimate.
Indiana allows purchasing variation from one month up to three years.