If you are currently enrolled in Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare, we will move you to MNsure as part of your renewal process. When it is time for you to renew your coverage, we will send you a letter with instructions about what to do.
Please note that your renewal date may be earlier or later than it has been in the past. We may have changed your renewal date to make sure your renewal process on MNsure is quick and easy.
Be sure that your worker has your current address so that you get all of the information we will be sending. Also, continue to report any other changes within 10 days as you would usually do.
Our state has a number of health care programs for low-income residents – children and parents, adults without children, people with disabilities and seniors – that fall within the Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP).
Two programs that you may qualify and can apply for using this site are:
When you apply for health coverage through MNsure, we will let you know if you qualify for MA or MinnesotaCare.
To see if you can get coverage, you will need to give information about:
If we find you qualify for MA or MinnesotaCare, you will be able to get medical services at little cost to you.
Read more about cost sharing and what MHCP covers on the summary of coverage, cost sharing and limits.
Most people in MA and everyone in MinnesotaCare get services through a managed care plan.
The MinnesotaCare Premium Estimator Table will help you estimate your premium amount. This only an estimation. If you qualify for MA, you receive a no-cost plan.
If you apply here and do not qualify for MA or MinnesotaCare, but you meet one or more of the criteria listed below, we will give your information to your county agency. County staff will contact you if they need more information. They will then determine if you qualify for another program. This way you will not have to apply twice.
You also can contact your county directly if you:
If you don’t qualify for MA or MinnesotaCare, and do not qualify for another program through your county, you can still purchase health insurance through MNsure and see if you qualify for a federal tax credit.
To see if you qualify for MA or MinnesotaCare, you must first set up an account.