Open Enrollment & Renewal Deadlines
Open enrollment has ended for the 2017 plan year.
Open enrollment begins on November 1, 2016.
As part of our response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, if you are uninsured you can enroll in private health insurance coverage.
After January 31, you’ll only be able to enroll in a plan or change plans if you qualify for a special enrollment period.
Helping You Enroll Easier and Faster
With so many plans to choose from, it’s easy to find quality, affordable health coverage that meets your needs and budget. Go >
Plan Match Tool
Compare plans, see if you qualify for savings, see total estimated costs (not just premiums and deductibles) and more. Go >
Find doctors by name, specialty, location, plans where they participate in-network and more. Go >
Prescription Drug Search
Find out which plans include coverage for your prescription drugs when you use Plan Match to compare plans. Go >
You must make your premium payment by the due date indicated on the invoice your insurance company provides. You will NOT be covered or receive an insurance card until you pay. If you pay after your coverage begins, but before your payment is due, you’re still considered covered as of the plan start date.