MNsure, the state’s health insurance exchange, reminds Minnesotans who have recently lost a job, experienced a reduction in hours, or are otherwise uninsured to visit MNsure.org to get connected to health insurance. On MNsure.org, Minnesotans looking for health insurance coverage can compare plans and see if they qualify for financial help to cover the cost of insurance premiums or low-cost or no-cost health insurance either through Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare.
What you need to know
Uninsured? Sign up now. MNsure is offering a COVID-19 Emergency Special Enrollment Period through April 21.
This special enrollment period is open to uninsured individuals who need health insurance at this critical time. Shop and compare plans and see if you qualify for financial help to pay for your plan by using MNsure’s plan comparison tool.
See if you qualify
An individual earning up to $24,980 per year or a family of four with a combined income of $51,500 or less per year can qualify for low-cost or no-cost health insurance through MinnesotaCare or Medical Assistance. Enrollment in these programs is open year-round and provides comprehensive coverage.
Recently lost your employer-sponsored insurance? You may qualify to enroll.
If you have recently lost or will lose insurance through your employer, you may qualify for a special enrollment period to enroll in a plan through MNsure. This special enrollment period is available year-round to qualifying individuals.
To enroll, you must contact MNsure and pick a plan within 60 days of losing employer coverage. To avoid a gap in coverage, you can contact MNsure up to 60 days in advance of your employer’s plan ending to begin the enrollment process.
MNsure offers comprehensive coverage
All MNsure plans cover comprehensive benefits like doctor’s visits, hospitalizations, prescriptions, mental health services and more. Additionally, all MNsure plans are waiving in-network cost-sharing for COVID-19-related diagnostic testing and in-patient treatment.
Update your account
Currently enrolled and experiencing a decrease in income? Changes in household income can affect your eligibility for coverage or financial assistance.
If you don’t report income changes, you could end up with the wrong amount of financial assistance. Report changes in your current income or changes to your projected annual income by calling the MNsure Contact Center.
Special note: If you have questions on what your plan covers, or how to use your benefits at this important time, contact your insurance company.
For more information, contact the MNsure Contact Center, open 8 am-4 pm Monday-Friday, at 651-539-2099 or 855-366-7873. MNsure is Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace where individuals and families can shop, compare, and choose health insurance coverage that meets their needs.