Health insurance is an effort to transfer risks to increase public access to the use of health services. The study was aimed at analyzing factors related to health insurance ownership among Mollucans in Indonesia. The sample size was 788 respondents. The variables analyzed included health insurance ownership, age group, gender, education level, employment status. The final stage was employed multinomial logistic regression. The results show Mollucans in the ≤19 age group were 0.182 times more likely than Mollucans in the ≥ 50 age group to have government-run type health insurance. Mollucans in the 20-29 age group were 0.219 times more likely than Mollucans in the ≥ 50 age group to have government-run health insurance. On the other hand, Mollucans with primary education was 0.196 times more likely than Mollucans with higher education to have a government-run type of health insurance. Mollucans with secondary education was 0.415 times more likely than Mollucans with higher education to have government-run health insurance. Meanwhile, unemployed Mollucans have a probability of 0.358 times compared to employed Mollucans to have the government-run type of health insurance. Finally, unemployed Mollucans are 0.056 times more likely than employed Mollucans to have private-run health insurance. It was concluded that 3 proven variables associated with health insurance ownership among Moluccans in Indonesia, namely age group, education level, and employment status.