Short answer, no.
Long answer, there are some community members who have created a SmartThings to Insteon integration by using an additional server as a “man in the middle” bridge but you’re adding an additional layer of complexity and expense and I don’t know anyone who would do that unless they already had a bunch of insteon devices installed.
If you’re willing to run an Insteon hub and a smartthings hub (again, more cost, more complexity) you can use stringify to stitch them together for some purposes, something like IFTTT, but again, I don’t know anyone who would do that unless they already had Insteon installed.
Most of the people that I know who want to use both Z wave and insteon don’t use SmartThings. They either use homeseer or indigo. But both will require more technical expertise than a SmartThings-based set up, and the homeseer option will cost considerably more.
If you really like the Insteon devices, I’d just go with Insteon for everything. It would be a lot simpler.