Eskenazi Health Hosts Health Insurance Open Enrollment Fair

Eskenazi Health will host a health insurance and open enrollment fair on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to assist individuals prepare for open enrollment. Eskenazi Health Financial Eligibility Services will be available to assist with all things Marketplace and Medicaid.

In addition, the event will include free flu and COVID-19 vaccines and fun activities for the entire family.

Open enrollment for health care coverage through the federal Marketplace runs from Wednesday, Nov. 1 to Monday, Jan. 15. The Dec. 2 event will be located at the Frank & Katrina Basile Financial Counseling Center and Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Concourse on the Eskenazi Health downtown campus at 720 Eskenazi Ave. Free parking is available in the Eskenazi Health Parking Garage. Public transportation is also available via the IndyGo Route 10 – 10th Street.

“Eskenazi Health is committed to ensuring that everyone has access to affordable health care and navigating the insurance landscape can be overwhelming and confusing,” said Nicole Harper, PhD, chief financial officer and vice president of Revenue Cycle Services at Eskenazi Health. “We encourage anyone to make an appointment with one of our financial counselors to get the best, most detailed information to assist them in making the most appropriate Marketplace selections available to them.”  

Insurance carriers offering individual Marketplace coverage in 2023 are Anthem, CareSource, Cigna and more.  Attendees have the opportunity to schedule an appointment with Eskenazi Health Financial Eligibility Services to determine if they qualify for specific health coverage or discount programs.  

At the insurance fair, flu and COVID-19 vaccine will be available, along with fun activities for the entire family with Radio One on site to provide music for all.

To learn more about the 2024 open enrollment process, please visit To schedule an appointment with a financial counselor, call 1.855.202.1053 or online through Eskenazi Health MyChart.

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