MNSure open enrollment coming
With open enrollment just around the corner, it's more important than ever for Minnesotans to ensure their account information with MNsure is up to date.
"So many Minnesota families have experienced big changes this year," said Nate Clark, MNsure CEO. “If you have experienced a change in circumstance, please report it to MNsure as soon as possible. This will ensure your health care coverage renewal is processed as quickly and accurately as possible."
What changes should I report to MNsure?
Changes to income
Loss of health insurance
Change in household size due to pregnancy, birth, death or marriage
New residential or mailing address
Look for the full list of life event changes on the MNsure website.
Why do I need to report changes?
In order for your health plan renewal to be processed with the most up-to-date information you must report life event changes as soon as possible.
The amount of financial help you qualify for could go up or down
To make sure important notices and forms are mailed to the correct address
If you have moved, your current plan might not be available, and/or new plans may now be an option
Reminder: throughout the year, it’s important to report any changes that affect your enrollment or your eligibility. Please report these changes within 30 days of the event.
How should I report changes?
Changes should be reported to the MNsure Contact Center by calling 651-539-2099 (855-366-7873 outside the Twin Cities). Be sure you have the information needed to report the change. Having this information ready will help to avoid delays.
For individuals covered by Medical Assistance, changes should be reported to their county or tribal office. For individuals covered by MinnesotaCare, changes should be reported to the MinnesotaCare office at 651-297-3862 or 800-657-3672.
Know your rights and responsibilities about reporting changes.
MNsure is Minnesota's health insurance marketplace where individuals and families can shop, compare and choose health insurance coverage that meets their needs. MNsure is the only place you can apply for financial help to lower the cost of your monthly insurance premium and out-of-pocket costs. Most Minnesotans who enroll through MNsure qualify for financial help.